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Ximula Strut At Sydney Indesign

Ximula Australia flexed its muscles at this year’s Sydney Indesign; presenting its products under the Gelosa banner.

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August 21st, 2013


Ximula Australia was on show as part of the Gelosa showroom’s Sydney Indesign showcase; representing the first formal introduction of the international shelving, storage and workstation brand to the local design community.

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Just a few weeks before Sydney Indesign, Ximula Australia’s Rick Wootton spoke of what it felt like for the X-Series to be part of the growing design and architectural exhibition, “we couldn’t be more excited to present our X-Series to the talented, creative and passionate designers of Sydney and Australia… It’s an amazing opportunity for us to meet with designers and architects face-to-face and demonstrate the superior flexibility and adaptive nature of the Ximula products”.

On show were selected pieces from the X-Series collection, including wall units, shelving and a dedicated mezzanine level for the Ximula X1 and Gelosa wardrobes.

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Ximula Australia had installed a 3-metre-high shelving unit in their new white powder coat finish with special OAE crystal glass shelves. This stunning installation showcased the flexibility of the simple, yet extensive system.

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Visitors were given better understanding of the unique Ximula system components, while also having access to the very favourable trade pricing recently announced.

“The Ximula X-Series is a collection of future-proof products,” Rick explains. “We [were] there on the ground at Sydney Indesign demonstrating how simple it is for …clients to construct and reconfigure this high-end, precision collection.”

Ximula Australia

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