Corporate Culture is holding a massive showroom sale to make way for new collections launching at Saturday in Design. All ex-showroom furniture will be reduced by 20-70%*. The sale is for THREE DAYS ONLY from Friday 17 – Sunday 19 July 2009. Get along to get your hands on items from brands such as Fritz […]
July 10th, 2009
Corporate Culture is holding a massive showroom sale to make way for new collections launching at Saturday in Design.
All ex-showroom furniture will be reduced by 20-70%*. The sale is for THREE DAYS ONLY from Friday 17 – Sunday 19 July 2009.
Get along to get your hands on items from brands such as Fritz Hansen, Carl Hansen & Son, Kjaerholm Productions, Wogg, ICF, Offecct, Fantoni and Bulo.
*Sale excludes Lighting, Anniversary and Limited edition, rugs and accessories.
Don’t forget to visit Corporate Culture at Saturday in Design from 31 July – 1 August 2009 in Sydney.
FRIDAY 17 July: 8.30am-5.30pm
SATURDAY 18 & SUNDAY 19 July: 10am-4pm
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