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TCW Opens New Melbourne Showroom

TCW has celebrated the long awaited opening of its all-new Melbourne showroom on Bourke Street.


August 6th, 2015

TCW (Tables, Chairs, Workstations) proudly presented the new space during a stylish launch party, which included some of Victoria’s most well known interior design and construction influencers.

The opening of the showroom, located at 535 Bourke Street, marks a new stage for the Sydney-based commercial furniture dealer – signaling a rebrand and plans for continued expansion.

“TCW Melbourne has been designed to provide clients with a community space of their own,” says Melbourne Sales Manager, Robbie Lloyd, “a place to visit, to work, to relax and enjoy a conveniently located environment situated in one of Melbourne’s highly regarded hot spots – The St James Precinct.”

Renowned Interiors firm PTID designed the TCW Melbourne showroom. TCW Melbourne boasts a dramatic black open ceiling, polished concrete floors and feature carpet by Interface. This is juxtaposed with a warm, autumnal colour palette that coincides with TCW’s new mustard-yellow logo and current design trends.


On behalf of PTID, Director, Cameron Harvey commented, “TCW brings a much more holistic solution to the furniture supply industry. One that will provide a welcome sense of competition to the design marketplace in Melbourne.”

TCW distributes furniture from a variety of Europe’s finest designer brands – Actiu, Markant, Dauphin, naughtone, and LoOok Industries to name a few. While TCW holds a history in the commercial furniture business, it also supports products designed for hospitality and even the home.


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