Unifor Australia began in 1987 as a branch of Italian parent company Unifor SpA. Specialising in the supply and installation of quality work environments, Unifor offer a wide range of workstations and corporate furniture solutions.
November 21st, 2008
Internationally, Unifor are partners with Vitra, a Swiss/German company with a 50-year history of innovative seating and system furniture design by greats such as Verner Panton, Antonio Citterio and Jasper Morrison. Unifor has showrooms in Sydney and Melbourne.
Task, system and loose furniture.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Unifor is committed to environmentally sustainable design with all current lines shifting their focus towards sustainable design and environmentally ethical manufacturing processes. Both Unifor and Vitra manufacture in accordance with stringent EU norms, and have received 6-star ratings from the Green Building Council of Australia and ISO 14001 certification.
Resmed, NSW; Freehills, VIC; Brisbane City Council, QLD; Deutsche Bank, NSW; Deacons, VIC, NSW and WA; BHP Billiton Global Headquarters, Vic; Patrick Corporation, NSW; Aon Risk Services, NSW.
All Unifor systems are designed to be tailored to individual client needs. Unifor CAD/computer capabilities are based at their factory to ensure all critical details are closely controlled and monitored throughout the manufacturing process.
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