Blok Furniture heads outdoors with a range of innovative products.
April 6th, 2010
With names like Sunni and Sola, these modular pieces are designed and manufactured in Australia to withstand the harshest conditions. Shown here in rosewood, pieces can be crafted in your selection of outdoor timbers and a choice of stainless or powder coated steel. Items can also be customised to suit individual requirements.
Designed and manufactured in Australia, Sunni and Sola are available exclusively through Blok Furniture.
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