Australian company Cafe Culture was established over 6 years ago and has showrooms in Sydney and Brisbane.
November 21st, 2008
Specialising in high quality furniture which is primarily aimed at the hospitality sector, Cafe Culture has an extensive product range which includes chairs, tables, loose furniture and banquette seating sourced from design houses in Italy, Europe, Asia and Australia. The company prides itself on offering clients a dynamic and diverse range of design driven products which are suitable across a wide range of budgets.
Product Range: Hospitality and loose furniture.
Major Brands: Bontempi Casa, Gaber, Origlia, PSM and Bonaldo.
Application: Hospitality and residential.
Sustainability:Cafe Culture is committed to sustainable development and many of its products support responsible environmental policies and practices.
Major Projects: Canterbury Leagues Club, NSW; Side Walk, NSW; Cruise Bar, NSW; Showcase Coolangatta Centre, Qld; Gosford Shopping Centre, NSW; Camden Hotel, NSW; Pony Restaurant, NSW; Queensland Art Gallery, Qld; Mr Expresso, Australia wide and Sydney Convention Centre, NSW.
Specialised Services: Re-upholstery and re-conditioning services on all products, as well as a product loan and hiring service.
Lead Time: Stock lines, 7–15 days; custom products, 4–6 weeks; imported products, 8–12 weeks.
1 Open bar stool: The Open range of bar stools includes timber or methacrylate seats in various heights.
Range Open: Designer Giorgio Manzali.Manufacturer Bontempi Casa.
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