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Comax Australia

Furniture fit for fun and style.

Comax Australia


April 30th, 2010

With nearly two decades of experience in producing unique, ergonomically sound and aesthetically appealing furniture and design solutions Comax Australia has come to epitomise quality, contemporary design.

Comax specialises in custom, one-off pieces and project specific work while tackling the intricacies of a brief. 

They work alongside designers to create pieces that complement and enhance their individual environments with all products manufacture in Brisbane.

The company’s determination to create an ottoman like no other led to the creation of Mint. 

Catering for playfulness and style it can be fitted with any base or dressed up or down, as a room requires.

A versatile furniture item that can be customised to individual needs, Mint has the capability to adapt to a plethora of dimensional, fabric or base options.

Another product, the Lola Chair, was designed to function as a striking contemporary piece in most environments and draws its inspiration from 1920s elegance while maintaining today’s signature sass and bold form.

The Lola range features dining, two-seaters, high-back and lounge tub chairs all of which strike an eye-catching pose.

Designers are encouraged to visit the factory and showroom with clients and consult a veritable array of stain samples, fabrics, vinyl and other selections.

Comax Australia

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