The Australian designer furniture of NAU will now be stocked by iconic Aussie retailer David Jones.
February 22nd, 2019
The Australian design brand NAU has joined the home collection of David Jones, alongside other designer brands new to the David Jones Home portfolio such as HAY, Gubi and Vitra.
NAU is the brainchild of the founder and director of Cult, Richard Munao, and was born out of the desire to champion the creativity and unique style of Australian designers. NAU offers a collection of furniture and lighting by a collective of Australia’s leading designers, including Adam Goodrum, Tom Fereday, Kate Stokes, Adam Cornish and more, and now favourites from the NAU collection will be available on level three of the home department of David Jones’ Bourke Street store in Melbourne, as well as online through the David Jones website.
Unveiled at an exclusive AW19 home brands launch event in late February, the NAU collection at David Jones Bourke Street will range from sofas and armchairs to dining tables and lighting.
“As a brand that is dedicated to Australian creativity, authentic design and creating quality, timeless products, a partnership between NAU and David Jones seemed a natural fit,” says founder Richard Munao, “We’re delighted that Australian design now has a platform within the country’s most iconic retailer, and that David Jones customers have access to exceptional pieces by Australia’s most talented and spirited designers.”
NAU’s collections have been charming the design community since launching in 2017 with designs suitable for both residential and commercial spaces. Elegant lounge furniture, modular shelving, unique lighting and more offer designers endless possibilities, and now thanks to David Jones, it’s more reachable than ever.
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