Café Culture has expanded its collection and will now distribute lighting brand FontanaArte on Australia’s East Coast.
September 24th, 2013
This continues the Café Culture pursuit to tell the story of Italian design and also strengthen the existing range into lighting.
A range of FontanaArte products which suit a variety of applications and environments, are now on display at Café Culture’s Surry Hills showroom in Sydney. The full FontanaArte range is available through Café Culture throughout their Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane locations.
Founded in 1932 from an idea by Gio Ponti, FontanaArte is one of the Italian companies that have written the “history of lighting and furnishing” in Italy and around the world. They have involved the most important architects and lighting designers, who together with the company have built a cultural project on architecture, lighting and furnishings.
Their aspiration is to bring vital, intense and honest light to our surrounds. The kind of light that brings out the true spirit of space and the authentic essence of people.
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