An ottoman for all occasions.
June 29th, 2010
Originally inspired by the simple mould of a block of chocolate, Comax Australia has designed a stylish, streamlined stand-alone ottoman.
The Moscato is a striking piece of furniture well suited to a corporate, commercial or even contemporary residential environment.
With its sleek, modern feel, the Moscato works ideally as a centrepiece for large open spaces such as galleries, atriums or foyers.
The design of the ottoman is easily adapted to suit each client – its size, fabric and finish can be customised specifically to fit each individual brief.
Comax is a proudly Australian-owned furniture manufacturer, making all of its products in Brisbane.
Not only does Comax produce quality furniture, but their flexibility in working alongside their clients is an added bonus.
With their ability to produce custom, one-off pieces, their collaboration with designers allows them to create the ultimate pieces of furniture to compliment any environment.
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