After 10 years championing authentic design, design studio Luxxbox is renewing their commitment to Australian manufacturing by expanding one of their most popular product families, The Podia.
June 1st, 2017
The Podia range is inspired by a need for contemporary, flexible modular systems that are also fully customisable. Whether fitting out waiting areas, receptions, foyers or meeting rooms, Podia rises to the challenge offering endless configurations to redefine commercial sofas. And better yet, as the entire range is produced by Luxxbox’s own manufacturing team, they are able to offer shorter lead times than ever before on orders placed by 30 June.
Podia sees seemingly sunken cushions floating on oak, with optional stain. Custom partitions, side tables, and hat and bag racks round out the suite of accessories for this stylish family.
Expanding the range, Luxxbox adds the Podia Platform to the family. As well as being an enviable companion to the range, Podia Platform holds its own as a striking standalone separate for a discreet meeting pod or personal breakout zone.
Other new additions to the family include Podia Pod, a private capsule seat for creative and productive time out, and the ottoman-style Podia Single.
The stand out feature of the Podia range and evidence that Luxxbox is serious about its renewed commitment? The Podia range in handmade in Australia, from Australian-made fire retardant foam for peace of mind and durability.
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