Purveyors of classic Scandinavian design, Great Dane presents their new commercial collection.
June 30th, 2009
Great Dane has a passion: to keep classic Scandinavian design alive, ensuring its continued prominence in 21st century Australian life. Offering designs for the home since 2003, Great Dane has been building a commercial collection for the last 6 years and is now launching it in the market.
Founder of Great Dane, Anton Assaad is committed to bringing the design aesthetic, craftsmanship and integrity of Scandinavian design to Australia, with a stunning range of commercial furniture, lighting and accessories.
Through exclusive relationships with a range of Scandinavian designers and manufacturers Great Dane is pleased to be able to offer such a unique range of new products to the commercial market.
This collection adds great depth to the already extensive offering Great Dane has built over the last 6 years, bringing the unique aesthetic of Danish design to commercial projects.
The collection of furniture and lighting design welcomes pieces from makers such as PP Mobler, Getama, J.L. Moller, Finn Juhl and Unique Interiors– to name a few.
The range has been growing a strong commercial following most recently with particular stand outs; the Mega Bulb pendant light by Sofie Refer, the #77 dining chair by N.O Moller and the Erik Buch bar stool, all being placed in high profile commercial fit outs in the last 6 months.
Learn more about how this unique commercial collection can introduce Scandinavian design to your next project. Visit the Great Dane Showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane, download the catalogue here or contact your nearest outlet to organize a visit from one of our Great Dane contract team.
The following distribute their pieces through Great Dane exclusively in Australia:
· PP Mobler (est 1953)
· J.L Mollers Mobelfabrik (est 1944)
· Getama Danmark (est 1899)
· Jorgen Christensens Snedkeri A/S (est 1910)
· PrebenShou (est. 1958)
· Stouby (est. 1902)
· String (est 1949)
· Finn Juhl (est. 1990)
· Vipp (est. 1933)
· Fredericia Furniture (est 1911)
· Unique Interieur, Copenhagen
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