Markant move into Melbourne’s St Kilda bringing Dutch design to the Australian market.
September 7th, 2010
Markant is a leading manufacturer of European designed and engineered commercial furniture for global project markets.
All the way from Markant International, based in Utrecht Netherlands, CEO, Jan Beltman and Creative Director, Dirk Rutten will be providing insights into current European design trends and developments.
This event celebrates the major growth milestone of Markant in Australia and introduces the new Scenarios and Backbone ranges – a clever mix of timber and metal that provides a welcoming and friendly alternative for busy workplaces.
Markant welcomes its many business partners to celebrate the opening of its unique showroom and the release of new product ranges with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres from 5pm on Friday 17 September.
Markant Showroom, Ground floor, 332 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
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