COMAX Australia, the Brisbane-based furniture manufacturer and design company, launches their latest selection of seating products, including the Lola Chair family.
August 12th, 2009
The Lola chair, recently launched at Saturday in Design, is a range of occasional seating by COMAX Australia is suitable for commercial, hospitality and residential use.
COMAX Australia, founded 18 years ago in response to demand for high-end commercial and residential furniture, supplies 100% Australian-made furniture to the design community. The diverse range of standard collections can be customized, and specialised, and one-off manufacturing is also available.
Developed by COMAX Australia founder, Susan Denham, The Lola is available in a number of styles including The Lola (large tub chair), The Lola Sister (dining chair), The Lola Brother (high back chair) and The Lola 2-Seater. Inspired by Milan Fashion Week, the Lola collection alludes to 1920s elegance with a contemporary twist.
As with all COMAX Australia furniture ranges, The Lola can be customized and upholstered in either fabric or leather. The desirable manufacturing lead-time of 6-8 weeks and competitive quotes enable individual specifications to be completed with the utmost efficiently.
Visit the COMAX showroom and website for more information.
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