Set to become the destination for interior experts and private clients in search of the perfect tile/stone or mosaic, Byzantine Design’s very first design gallery showroom opened in Prahran, Melbourne in mid May 2014.
June 10th, 2014
Located at 256 High St Prahran, Melbourne; Byzantine Designs’ new Melbourne showroom is a testament to the creativity and unique products stocked by the brand and the design expertise of founder, Dara Shashoua. With a passion for authenticity, quality and craftsmanship, along with leading edge design the Byzantine Design gallery will showcase the latest in Australian and Internationally sourced stone, tiles and mosaics including a very exclusive range designed by Byzantine Design’s founder Dara Shashoua.
Working with Australia’s finest stone and mosaic importers, Byzantine Design’s portfolio of products create beautiful spaces with exquisite stone and mosaic surfaces. Byzantine Design’s business ethos ensures personalised and knowledgeable service to everyone involved in the design process from the interior designer through to the homeowner.
Dara’s proficiency and extensive supplier network enables Byzantine Design to source and supply products beyond the scope of its design gallery, including custom designs created in mosaics.
“Its been a dream come true to open our very first design gallery in Melbourne. The design gallery will showcase the latest in tile and mosaic trends and will be open to the general public and trade. No appointment necessary.” – Dara Shashoua.
View the Byzantine Design range at byzantinedesign.com.au
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