Häfele Australia has opened the doors to its new Sydney Design Centre in Surry Hills.
October 29th, 2010
Armed with a team of experienced and friendly consultants, the new centre is a great space for architects, designers and their clients to experience firsthand, the world of Häfele functionality.
The Sydney Design Centre spans two levels, with endless design solutions and functional furniture on show, including the latest in Bathroom, Wardrobe and Living Room fittings.
Not only is it a treasure trove for architects, designers, builders and consumers in pursuit of customised design ideas, but it also allows design professionals to demonstrate functional design concepts and ideas to their clients.
Highlights of the new Design Centre include an array of Glass Sliding and Folding Systems. Stealing the show is the energy efficient, thermally insulated Solarlux SL60eco Bi-fold system.
Häfele’s own “StarTec” range of door hardware is also on display including stainless steel lever handles, pull handles, mortice locks, door closers and general door accessories.
Just walking into the expansive kitchen display will make you peckish, with renowned and respected European manufacturers such as Grass, Salice Kesseböhmer, Hailo and Huwil showcasing their latest innovative kitchen storage solutions.
The Häfele Sydney Design Centre is located at 115 Flinders Street, Surry Hills.
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