As one of the country’s most comprehensive purveyors of Danish design, Cult Design is thrilled to announce their new partnership with Danish brand Fredericia.
July 1st, 2021
“Like Cult Design, Fredericia is a family-run business. We are proud to partner with a brand with such strong values, passion and heritage,” expresses Richard Munao, Cult Design’s founder and managing director.
Cult Design is a leader in the Australian design industry, supplying outstanding furniture and lighting solutions for over two decades. With a particular focus on European design, Cult Design has consistently offered pieces that are unique, timeless and expertly crafted. Similarly, Cult Design’s own design brand nau promotes the best of Australian design overseas.
Today, the Cult Design team welcomes standout Danish design brand, Fredericia to the family.
Founded in 1911, family owned Fredericia has been committed to excellence in design and production, creating furniture pieces that are universally acclaimed and revered across generations with an unparalleled functionality.
Fredericia’s collection Modern Originals exemplifies the brand’s unique design philosophy, amalgamating the ideas and expertise of iconic designers like Hans J. Wegner and Nanna Ditzel with up-and-coming designers such as Geckeler Michels and Hugo Passos. The range includes chairs, stools, sofas, benches, tables and homewares.
“Danish design is part of Cult Design’s DNA and we have long been known for representing the best brands from across Scandinavia – from Fritz Hansen, to HAY, to Carl Hansen and Son,” adds Munao. “Fredericia is a welcomed addition to our portfolio, with its wide selection of contemporary classics by some of the most distinguished Danish masters.”
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