Jardan, a leading light in Australian furniture design, launches their new range of storage units, combining design integrity with excellent eco-credentials.
August 3rd, 2009
Fulfilling a company ethos of superior components with environmental vision, Jardan are forerunners in producing premium, innovative design through responsible manufacturing. An Australian-owned and family-run company, Jardan have been creating distinctive and celebrated pieces for over 20 years.
‘Clementine’, Jardan’s latest addition to the range, is innovative in form, and integrates ecological practices into each aspect of production. Crafted in Melbourne from sustainable veneers and eco-ply carcasses, the units are striking and appropriate for both commercial and residential projects.
Through the use of a compound mitre joints, the units achieve aesthetic lightness whilst maintaining structural integrity. Adjustable shelving also offers flexible usability.
By sourcing materials from selective and certified sources, the quality and high durability of the Clementine range is achieved with accreditation from Good Environmental Choice (GECA) in furniture and fittings for their entire range.
Overseeing products through their complete lifecycle is also at the core of Jardan’s environmental initiative, and they have introduced a policy of returns in order to disassemble and recycle component parts at the end of a product’s life. Jardan have also been asked to participate in awarded 5 star Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) projects.
Jardan, with showrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Singapore, are active in the support of community projects to raise awareness for the environment and Australia’s heritage value.
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