Industry professionals and passionate renovators can now immerse themselves in the total Brickworks experience with the launch of three new Brickworks Design Studios.
July 2nd, 2015
Brickworks three new Design Studios sees the firm opening its first ever presences in Adelaide, Brisbane and Hobart.
The three new stores feature Brickworks’ trademark extensive selection of building materials. The impressive building product library boasts everything from brick, block, stone, timber and cladding to concrete, terracotta and clay.
The three new spaces stand not only as working design inspiration labs but also function as event spaces. Each space has architectural flourishes steeped in insider regional knowledge. This creates dynamic and approachable spaces for industry and consumers alike.
Carli Dunchue, Retail and Design Manager at Brickworks has been part of each exciting project, “We are thrilled to be opening our first showrooms in South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania” she says.
Citing the innovative architecture of each space, Dunchue has expressed excitement at seeing how Brickworks not only becomes part of the local aesthetics of each city, but at the innovative new architecture, construction and design projects that are now possible for the first time in these cities.
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