In celebrating the launch of their new Sydney store recently, the JEB Group took the opportunity to officially launch Turkish furniture brand Koleksiyon over two VIP nights with special guest, Koray Malhan, Brand and Design Director.
July 14th, 2017
The new JEB Group space in Sydney, has been completed – and looks incredible! Housed in a heritage-listed building in trendy Surry Hills, the new showroom displays unique furniture brands and world-class partitions ranges.
As their first major event, the team launched Turkish furniture brand Koleksiyon over two VIP nights with special guest, Koray Malhan, Brand and Design Director.
Malhan gave a captivating presentation where he shared how he has developed fluid design concepts to offer freedom and flexibility for the continuously changing work culture by studying the relationship between spaces and different generations. Here, He re-thinks the workspace dynamics by synthesising his readings and studies in music, sociology, philosophy, semiology, architecture and linguistics with the main focus on people.
The evenings were a fantastic way to welcome the industry into the new space, and inspire the guests with Koleksiyon’s unique way of thinking about solving design challenges.
The JEB Group wishes to thank everyone who attended and contributed to the nights. “We’re looking forward to holding many more events and special guests in our Sydney space soon!” they note.
The JEB Group – Sydney Showroom is now located on Level 3 / 80 Wentworth Ave Surry Hills, NSW 2010.
Take a look at the glamorous grand opening…
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