BOYAC has moved into a brand new showroom in Melbourne’s inner-city design precinct of Cremorne.
October 10th, 2011
BOYAC has found a new home in the form of a converted warehouse in Melbourne’s Cremorne.
The move marks a significant change for the company, previously based in Prahran.
“The new premises step away from the traditional fabric showroom and into an industrial-style warehouse,” explains BOYAC managing director Susanna de Vienne.
“Our clients will benefit from the increased floor space for cutting-edge displays, fabric showings and entertaining. We are excited that we can offer clients a more expansive space where they can view and interact with our collections.”
The new showroom, with interiors by Melbourne-based firm Nexus Designs, officially opened on 25 August. LE LABO designer Hervé Langlais, whose gorgeous metal plate and chainmail textiles are sold through BOYAC, was present to share in the festivities and celebrate his brand’s new partnership with BOYAC.
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