TCW reopened its doors for the first time since the completion of its newly expanded Sydney showroom at Sydney Indesign, and welcomed more than 800 visitors from Australia’s architect and design community for three days of new products, events, and art installations.
September 1st, 2015
A new showroom, exclusive new product lines, an eyecatching rebrand, and The Project art installation were all revealed during three days of educational events, showroom tours and networking. Following a successful Melbourne launch earlier in the year, TCW has continued with a major expansion and renovation to its Sydney headquarters. The showroom is situated at the same great location (within Alexandria’s design precinct), but TCW has knocked down the neighbouring walls and nearly doubled in size.
Under the guidance of local design firm PTID, new finishes include polished concrete floors, plywood feature walls and LED suspended lights. To top it off, an exploded version of Le Corbusier’s “Cortège, Portfolio-1939, Fall of Barcelona” shrouds an entire wall soaring up to five and a half meters in height.
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