After 11 years of success and showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Eco Outdoor are moving west. Born out of the landscape sector, Eco Outdoor has always maintained a commitment to natural raw materials, and the current trend towards the use of more natural materials such as stone make the company’s expansion a timely one. […]
July 5th, 2011
After 11 years of success and showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Eco Outdoor are moving west.
Born out of the landscape sector, Eco Outdoor has always maintained a commitment to natural raw materials, and the current trend towards the use of more natural materials such as stone make the company’s expansion a timely one.
Their new showroom space will be a hub where designers, clients and builders can meet and be inspired by the vast range of stone alternatives on show.
“We’re committed to natural organic style products because we believe they maintain the integrity of the landscape and we’re excited about bringing Eco Outdoor into Perth to work with designers here,” said Eco Outdoor’s WA Director Pam Thomson.
The official launch of the Perth designer stone store will take place at 2-4 Drake Street, Osborne Park, from 6-9pm on Thursday 4 August.
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