Poliform opened the doors to its new Sydney showroom on Wednesday 7 December.
December 14th, 2011
Poliform has revealed its new Sydney showroom in what has become the city’s buzzing design hub, Alexandria.
The 1,100 sqm space, designed by Milan-based architect Davide Bartesaghi, provides a simple, minimalist backdrop for Poliform to show off its collection of Italian furnishings.
Walking through the showroom, visitors can see the full range of Poliform’s sofas, beds, chairs, tables and storage systems. One entire zone is dedicated to Arflex, the Italian furniture manufacturer that was launched exclusively at Poliform in May 2011.
The Sydney showroom also marks the first time that Poliform has been able to showcase its kitchen collection in Australia.
“With 6 full sized kitchens from the Poliform collection on display, customers can get a realistic feel for how a kitchen might sit within their home, while working through the design details with our specialist kitchen designers,” says showroom manager Meredith Ong.
The new showroom proved a hit with the architecture community on Wednesday 7 September at its official launch.
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