Tableau is a redefinition of the modern kitchen. Cantilever Interiors designed the system in collaboration with DesignOffice, and have celebrated in style to mark the launch of this momentous range.
July 25th, 2018
Blending a sense of considered luxury aesthetics with hard working functional adaptability, Tableau is the kitchen system reborn. The fourth system from kitchen manufacturer Cantilever, Tableau is the next evolution in flexible Australian-made kitchen systems.
In order to properly celebrate the launch, Cantilever and DesignOffice came together in Cantilever’s Melbourne showroom to showcase the range to some of the design community’s brightest. Guests were able to see the range up close while having a well-earned catch up and glass of wine or two.
For Cantilever director Travis Dean, Tableau is the ultimate expression of the brand’s dedication to marrying form and function in the practical application of design.
“At Cantilever, we aim to continually drive our expertise in the long-term, functional applications of design. Our mission with Tableau was to blend high-end design with ease of use to ultimately create a product that would stand the test of time,” said Dean.
“Tableau is a considered product – an exercise in tailored design – that we hope appeals to discerning consumers, builders and architects who value sustainable, refined and user-centred design”
The launch, like the range itself, was a roaring success. Great design deserves to be championed and showcased in great style – so we congratulate Cantilever and DesignOffice on a wonderful launch, and thank them on behalf of Melbourne’s design community for a memorable night. Cheers!
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