Prototype is at the forefront of the commercial furniture manufacture and supply for the hospitality, accommodation, corporate and government/institutional markets.
March 11th, 2014
It’s their approach that makes them different. They understand that for a project or installation to succeed communication is vital. Prototype works closely with designers and architects to conceptualise a project and customise the furniture required. Their upholsterers, carpentry experts and seamstresses, together with their project management team can manufacture any piece of furniture and custom-fit any commercial space regardless of size or location.
Committed to quality and supporting Australian business, Prototype locally manufactures most of its products. They make sure you’re engaged throughout each stage of the process so the end result perfectly matches your specifications. From upholstery to metal finishes to special timberwork, Prototype can bring your ideas and vision to life.
They always provide quick and accurate quotes, work to short lead times and consistently maintain competitive prices. Prototype will work with you to understand your financial boundaries and provide alternatives in fabrics and finishes if necessary.
Prototype has a reputation of delivering quality – every time. They are dedicated to delivering superior service, quality products, and more importantly value beyond all our clients’ expectations.
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