For the first time outside Australia, two of Australia’s most recognised design companies have opened their combined showroom in Auckland. Corporate Culture is known for its collection of designer furniture and homewares from international designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Karim Rashid and Louise Campbell. Designer Rugs specialise in classic and traditional hand knot […]
March 4th, 2008
For the first time outside Australia, two of Australia’s most recognised design companies have opened their combined showroom in Auckland.
Corporate Culture is known for its collection of designer furniture and homewares from international designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Karim Rashid and Louise Campbell.
Designer Rugs specialise in classic and traditional hand knot and contemporary hand tufted rugs for the latest in interior styling.
The companies officially opened the much anticipated new showroom, located at 73 The Strand Parnell, Auckland on February 28th.
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