The Omvivo Pop Up Showroom launched on July 30 and will run until early 2016.
August 10th, 2015
Located on Queensbridge Street, opposite Crown Casino, guests from the design community were invited to the opening night party to explore the Omvivo range while enjoying ambient jazz music, massages and catering by Atlantic Group.
A contemporary, inspiring space, the showroom comes complete with facilities for meetings, presentations and functions; giving trade clients and retail consumers an opportunity to view Omvivo’s sophisticated range of basins, baths, furniture, accessories and the iconic Washplane.
The launch party of the space also provided an opportunity to unveil Omvivo’s latest product offering, the Ergobath.
Designed by Tony Schiavello, Ergobath is based on ergonomic and hydrotherapy principles, offering the ultimate in wellness spa indulgence. Available in a number of designs including bath or luxury spa configurations, Ergobath will be officially launched late 2015. The Erogbath collection will be exclusively distributed through Reece showrooms nationally.
“Easily accessible in the heart of the city, the Pop Up Showroom is a fantastic, tactile platform for both the design community and wider general public to get up close and explore the Omvivo range” says Suzie Dyson, the General Manager of Omvivo.
The Omvivo Pop Up Showroom is on the First Floor The Queensbridge Hotel, 1 Queensbridge Street, Southbank and is open Monday to Friday 10 am – 5 pm
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