In preparation for the arrival of new showroom furniture, including the all-new Poltrona Frau Group brands, Corporate Culture Sydney is holding a Showroom Stock sale. Featuring up to 60%* off all ex-Showroom Furniture, a host of iconic designs are amongst the reduced stock, including: Engelbrechts Chairik chairs in Black or White melamine – were $395 […]
January 25th, 2010
In preparation for the arrival of new showroom furniture, including the all-new Poltrona Frau Group brands, Corporate Culture Sydney is holding a Showroom Stock sale.
Featuring up to 60%* off all ex-Showroom Furniture, a host of iconic designs are amongst the reduced stock, including:
Engelbrechts Chairik chairs in Black or White melamine – were $395 now $220.
Fritz Hansen Egg chair in Tord Boontje fabric – was $9900, now $5500.
Carl Hansen Wishbone chairs in Black lacquer – were $1810, now $1540.
Fritz Hansen Lissoni single seater lounge in Skifer fabric – was $10 176, now $4200.
Fritz Hansen Lissoni three seater lounge in Skifer fabric – was $24 023, now $10 000.
Fritz Hansen Swan chair in Purple Divina fabric – were $6454, now $4500.
The Corporate Culture Showroom is located at 21-23 Levey St, Chippendale, Sydney.
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