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The Collection Vol.2 ™

Finishes Fixed & Fitted Furniture Lighting


Contents

Finishes

Carpets & Rugs Cr Coatings C Flooring F Glass G

Laminates & Surface Finishes Lsf Leather L Stone & Ceramic Sc Textiles T

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Audio Visual A Electrical E Hardware H H20

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Hospitality H Loose L Outdoor O

Architectural A Feature F Outdoor O

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System S Task T

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ESD Glossary

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Master Index

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Sustainability terms A–Z

Company Brand Product Category


Introduction By Laurie Aznavoorian

When I woke up this morning I experienced a moment of complete disorientation, the type that occurs when you have been travelling too much and are not sure of where you are or what day it is. In the good old days you could just blink a few times, splash a bit of water on your face and have a look around to get yourself oriented, but not today. With the way workplace design has evolved, it’s not easy to discern home from work, or from a good place to have a coffee or beer. If you combine this with the outfits some people wear to the office, you could get really confused. Today more than ever, workplace designs are blurring the boundaries between work, home and entertainment. Much of this is the result of the workplace needing to respond to a wide range of drivers such as furthering the company’s business objectives, representing brand values, expressing the company’s corporate social responsibility and influencing their culture. In addition, a work environment today is often as much about creating a strong sense of community, through both physical and virtual means, than it is about where people work. Most importantly, there is a clear emphasis today on people – how they connect, how they create and how they feel about themselves and the companies they work for – which has become a foundation for the way we design space.

Combined with the realities of the global economy and economic uncertainty, these drivers lead to a situation where we need to challenge ourselves as businesses and as designers to do more with less and to strive for design outcomes that offer the highest degree of flexibility possible. Throw into the mix a greater awareness of our planet and its limited resources and you get a new workplace aesthetic. This renewed design rationale is born from our need to create environments that encourage interaction and creativity, and is reflective of a ‘post oil’ society that is struggling to be more accountable for what it leaves behind. The workplace of today has the unprecedented task of needing to reduce its impact on the planet while making a greater impact on the people that occupy it. How will it do this? Creating communities Most organisations today are looking to encourage connection. In fact with the rise in ‘mobile’ work initiatives, the role the physical environment plays in being ‘organisational glue’ is increased. We don’t go to work to work; we go to interact with others in the hopes of producing great ideas, products and services that demonstrate a greater level of creativity and innovation than our competition. Innovation drives business


How to use The Collection

What’s in it? The Collection consists of: • One major and four introductory essays for each section • Suppliers and their major products organised into sections: finishes, fixed & fitted, furniture and lighting • Directories of suppliers at the end of each section • ESD glossary of terms • Master index by: company, brand, product, category • Visual breaks throughout in the form of ‘My Collection’ where 14 designers have created a visual self-portrait in the form of a mood board If you want to find a supplier/company Featured suppliers are listed alphabetically in each section. All suppliers are listed in the master index at the back. For contact details, go to the section directory at the end of each section. If you want to find a product/brand Major products and brands for each supplier are featured or listed within each section. To find a particular product or brand, go to the master index at the back of the book.

Finishes Carpets & Rugs – Carpet tiles, rugs, carpet and matting. Coatings – Paint, lacquer, oil, stain, sealant and render. Flooring – Timber, parquetry, concrete applications, vinyl, linoleum, rubber and cork. Glass – Glass products. Laminates & Surface Finishes – Laminates, veneers, countertop surfaces, feature glass, vinyl films and wallpaper. Leather – Hides, tiles and rugs. Stone & Ceramic – Tiles, marble, granite and slate. Textiles – Upholstery, curtain fabrics, blinds, screen and partition coverings. Fixed & Fitted Audio Visual – Sound, video, display and projection. Electrical – Ovens, rangehoods, dishwashers, heating, air-conditioning, security systems, ventilation, integrated systems, switches and powerpoints. Hardware – Blinds, awnings, windows, doors, door furniture, fireplaces, door controls, shop fittings, louvres, drawer runners and hinges. H2O – Basins, sinks, tapware, WCs and showers.

If you want to find a product category Each section (finishes, fixed & fitted, furniture and lighting) is also broken up into sub-categories. See examples of what’s included in the sub-categories (right). If you are looking for a particular type of product, you can also go to the master index of categories at the back.

Furniture Hospitality – Café and restaurant seating, tables and bar stools. Loose – Sofas, ottomans, stools, coffee tables, dining suites and reception area furniture. Outdoor – Furniture suitable for the outdoors. System – Desking systems, office partitioning, modular or kit furniture and storage systems. Task – Task chairs, meeting chairs and tables, dining suites and reception area furniture.

GECA Certified Products The Good Environmental Choice Australia Ecolabel is displayed on pages to indicate GECA certified products are available. Only products that list the GECA licence number in their caption are GECA certified.

Lighting Architectural – Track lighting and downlights. Feature – Free-standing lamps, pendant lights and chandeliers. Outdoor – Exterior lighting pieces.


Porter’s Paints (61 2) 9698 5322 porterspaints.com VIC (61 3) 9486 9599

Product Range Specialist paint finishes, coatings and wallpapers.

QLD (61 7) 3252 8150

For more than 30 years, Australian company Porter’s Paints has created a unique range of colours, finishes and wallpapers. Porter’s Paints blends premium quality paint by hand, using natural pigments and oxides. The company has created a new line of environmentally safe water-based acrylics, classified as ‘Zero VOC’ (volatile organic compounds). Porter’s Paints has showrooms in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne and a national network. Known for its lime washes and traditional paint finishes, Porter’s Paints is also innovative with products such as Mineral Paint, Milk Paint, Toughcote, Wood Wash, Liquid Iron and Liquid Copper paints. The Porter’s range includes over 30 products for both interior and exterior in 288 colours.

Major Brands Lime Wash, Boncote, Duchess Satin, Fresco, Distemper, Liquid Copper, Liquid Iron, Alchemy, Chalkboard, Wood wash, French wash, Crackle Medium and ‘Zero VOC’. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

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Major Projects The Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa, NSW; The Scots School, NSW.

Also on offer is a bespoke wallpaper design service. Manufacturer Porter’s Paints.

Lead Time Products in stock. Sustainability Porter’s Paints has made the reduction of harmful VOCs a guiding priority, with its Zero VOC acrylics range and its natural paints.

1 Porter’s Colours Based on natural pigments and recipes that emulate the subtleties of nature, Porter’s Paints offers a selection of 288 fabulous colours with zero to low VOC levels. Manufacturer Porter’s Paints. 2 Porter’s Wallpaper Porter’s Paints has produced locally a selection of sublime wallpapers, in collaboration with renowned designers.

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3 Art Gallery Porter’s Paints is the official partner of the Art Gallery of NSW. Prior to each exhibition, walls are re-painted with the Zero VOC range for a no odour and fast-drying result . Range Zero VOC acrylics range. Manufacturer Porter’s Paints.


Where the aim was once to create flawless planes in interiors, there is a newfound acceptance of finishes that evolve and mature across their lifespan.



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CIBO Bathroomware Product Range Bathroomware by CIBO including bathroom furniture ensembles, vanity packages, basins, waterplanes, baths, countertops, shaving and linen cabinets, accessories, tapware, shower screens. Home Storage: hinged and sliding door wardrobes, multi-media furniture.

(61 2) 9939 4434 cibodesign.com.au London design duo, Peter Ricketts and Darrin Ingleton, first joined forces in Sydney to create the CIBO bathroomware and furniture brand. In 2004, the creative pair reinvented the undercounter vanity, now known as The Shiro. The popularity of that design was the catalyst for the complete furniture range, as well as the Lavabo by CIBO basin collection. CIBO bathroomware designs such as The Onda and The Caldo are often mistaken for European imports. CIBO has also recently added a selection of ultra-sleek Corian® Waterplanes and elegant solid surface basins and countertops to their collection.

Major Brands CIBO Bathroomware, CIBO Home Storage, Wardrobes by CIBO.

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Application Domestic, multi-residential and commercial. Major Projects The New Rouse Hill, NSW; Mariners Resort, QLD, 200 Toorak Road, VIC; 20 Hindmarsh Square, SA. Additional Services CIBO has recently ventured into wardrobe design, believing Australia needs affordable design-driven home storage solutions.

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thecollectiononline.com.au 1 Waterplane 100/1200 Available in widths of 900, 1200 or 1500mm (double version) and can be customised for commercial requirements. Features a new CIBO-designed drainage and bracketing system that can be directly fitted onto the wall, with very minimal in-wall pre-work. Can be wall-mounted or alternatively mounted on CIBO furniture to fulfil storage needs. Designers Darrin Ingleton and Peter Ricketts.

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Manufacturer CIBO. Materials Corian®. Application Residential and commercial. 2 Waterplane 13/1200 This ultra-sleek design is available in widths of 900, 1200 or 1500mm (double version) and can be customised for commercial requirements. Features a new CIBO designed drainage and bracketing system that can be directly fitted onto the wall, without in-wall

pre-work. Creates a seamless aesthetic and wall-mounting maximises the illusion of added space. Designers Darrin Ingleton and Peter Ricketts. Manufacturer CIBO. Materials Corian®. Application Residential and commercial. 3 Malia Bath Complementing CIBO’S range of solid surface basins and Corian® waterplanes, the distinctive Malia solid

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surface, freestanding bath is soon to become a bathroom classic. 1300 diameter x 490mm high. Range CIBO Baths. Application Residential and commercial.

Designer Darrin Ingleton. Manufacturer CIBO Design. Materials 15mm Starphire moulded glass, drawer in NavLAM 'Ebano Rosso'. Application Residential and commercial.

4 Onda Vanity Featuring a 15mm white toughened glass integrated top and basin, the Onda is a stylish but robust all-purpose vanity with one large storage drawer. Designed to be wall-mounted.

5 Caldo Vanity and Shaving Cabinet The Caldo fulfils the desire for individual well-being. Its sleek proportions show a commitment to symmetry and balance. Incorporates the Lavabo 26 solid surface

vessel basin, an elegant counterpoint to the linear furniture. Designer Peter Ricketts.

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MY COLLECTION


MY COLLECTION 4 What inspires you?

5 Using words and visuals, interpret... your favourite colour/S

your favourite gadget

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Klang Audiovisual 1300 885 083 klang.com.au Klang Audiovisual is firmly focused on exceptional audiovisual quality in conjunction with environmental sensitivity in the products it recommends. Its focus on sustainable, energy efficient products is unique in audiovisual retailers, consultants and installers. Klang never loses sight of the fact that good vision and sound are all about emotional reward and the greater the reproduction quality, the greater and longer lasting that reward will be. Klang staff enjoy what they do and are passionate about the products they recommend. This is reflected in the quality of consultancy, installation services and support provided.

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Product Range Audiovisual equipment including DVD and Blu-Ray players, CD players, amplifiers and receivers, home theatre systems, loudspeakers, LCD televisions, cables, smart home and automation systems including lighting and security. Major Brands T+A elektroakustik, BG Corp, Duevel, Synergistic Research, Metz.

Application Commercial, hospitality and residential. Major Projects Rush Street, Woollahra, NSW; Cove Apartments, Sydney, NSW; Walsh Bay apartments, Sydney, NSW; North Parade, Hunters Hill, NSW; Windagal Place, Point Piper, NSW; Siekaup showroom, Sydney, NSW; Corporate Culture showrooms (Australia-wide).

Additional Services Installation and project management, design consultation and detailing, technical training services and information sessions for architects, designers, specifiers and trade customers. Showroom is available for auditions or client presentations (by appointment). Lead Time Some products ex-stock, maximum six weeks.

Sustainability RoHS and ISO 14001 manufacturers; Energy Efficiency, Longevity, German Environmental Ministry endorsement, factory takeback programs.


thecollectiononline.com.au 1 K2 Ambiente An installation using T+A Talis loudspeakers, T+A K2 M DVD receiver with DVD, CD, FM tuner, full HD 1080p image processing, iPod and iPhone audio/image processing, USB audio/image processing, LAN connection (wired or wireless) and internet radio. Metz television also featured. Range Talis loudspeaker, K series, Metz LCD. Manufacturer T+A elektroakustik and Metz. Application Residential.

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2 BG Radia in-wall loudspeakers and T+A elektroakustik V Series electronics Audiophile in-wall loudspeakers used in conjunction with international award-winning valve base electronics in response to client’s brief of exceptional sound quality in an open-plan environment with hard surfaces and no acoustic room treatment. Range BG Radia in-wall loudspeakers and T+A V

Series V10 amplifier and D10 SACD player. Manufacturer BG Radia Corp and T+A elektroakustik. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential. 3 T+A elektroakustik G10 turntable with SME tonearm 25th anniversary issue V Series turntable with SME tonearm. Perfect for the resurgence of vinyl and as a companion for the T+A V Series V10 valve amplifier and

D10 valve based SACD player. Range T+A V Series. Manufacturer T+A elektroakustik. Application Residential.

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Manufacturer T+A elektroakustik. Application Residential.

4 T+A elektroakustik V10 valve amplifier 25th anniversary issue V Series integrated valve amplifier. Winner of numerous international awards and deserving of the highest accolades of reproduction quality. Range T+A V Series.

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SECTION CONTENTS Anibou Arte Sofas ARTHUR G Australian Workstation Manufacturers Beclau Bevisco Commercial Interiors Bosco Storage Solutions botton + gardiner Cafe Culture Cavit & Co Chairbiz Chair Solutions Classique Clestra Australia Comax Australia Corporate Culture Cosh Living Country Design CSM Storage & Filing Solutions DALseating Dexion Office diami FeelGood Designs Fred International FY2K Great Dane Gregory Commercial Furniture HĂ…G Haworth Head Office Group Hub Furniture icon2 Inline Contract Furniture Insitu Interstudio JR SIT (James Richardson Corporation) JR WORK (James Richardson Corporation) KFive K+N CityOffice KORBAN/FLAUBERT Living Edge Maxton Fox Poggenpohl Profile Systems RJ Workspace Sentosa Designs Space Furniture Steelcase Australia Street Furniture Australia Stylecraft Thinking Ergonomix Tomako Furniture UCI Xilo Yellow Diva Zenith

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Furniture Furniture plays a pivotal role in environments where humans and technology intersect, as physical manifestations of social and cultural values. Interior and industrial designer, Matthew Sheargold explores what’s next for furniture in commercial interiors. Workplace The workplace continues to be driven by technological advancements and social developments. In recent years the coming together of these two forces has not only changed the way we live and work, it has generated a phenomenon so significant that it’s changed the way we communicate, the way we think and even the way we speak. Facebook, Twitter, iPhones and Blackberrys are just a few tools that are informing the ways in which we interact and work, and the direction in which we will move forward. The mobile office, hotdesking and hotelling are no longer just the domain of travelling executives and consultants; with an iPhone or Blackberry you can work from anywhere. As the tech savvy Gen-Ys grow into the workforce we see the balance shifting between those who have had to adapt to technology, to those who have grown up with it. This is a generation who not only embrace technology but have an environmental conscience as well. For the first time we will truly have a majority workforce capable of working remotely, mobile and paperless. We are now seeing entire offices hotdesking, the Macquarie Bank office in Sydney being one example. In recent years we’ve watched the office move from corporate formality to a more domestic aesthetic in a bid to soften the environment that we typically spend more of our waking hours in than our own home. That idea has evolved

further with many new corporate fit-outs drawing their aesthetic from the hospitality gene pool, creating lively, fresh and energetic environments. Perhaps a response to the environments – bars, hotels, restaurants and day spas – that we’d prefer to be in than work! Nevertheless, the focus is about a more human working environment and all that that entails. A noticeable shift is the acknowledgement that a ‘cookie cutter’ solution to both planning and aesthetics is no longer relevant. We now have environments that celebrate the diversity of the people who use them, the understanding that we each respond differently to our environment inspiring much more variation from room to room and floor to floor. This signals a significant shift in the way we specify furniture. Where we may have previously used one supplier to source furniture for a project, we are now hunting for different pieces from a variety of suppliers ­– commercial, domestic, hospitality and vintage, to cover the diversity of the fit-out. Cultural + identity The last time Ron Arad was in Australia, he spoke about Australian designers and our tendency to focus on designing sound, commercially viable furniture. In his view, what was missing was the passion, the ‘art’ as it were. It sat on my mind for some time and I wondered why this was so. I’ve interviewed a lot of designers over the years that have done

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Anibou (61 2) 9319 0655 anibou.com.au VIC (61 3) 9654 5222 With a passion to distribute exceptionally well designed and made local and imported furniture, Anibou opened its doors in 1989. The company’s product range begins with classic designs from Finnish makers Artek, Avarte, Mobel and Woodnotes. The German Range includes the work of Breuer, Mies, Stam, Loew and Irvine. Anibou also represents Munich based ClassiCon, the Swiss maker Roethlisberger, Gervasoni from Italy and Isokon from the UK. Anibou proudly supports local designers and makers such as Tomek Archer, Frank Bauer, Neil Burley, Caroline Casey, Gary Galego, Johan Larsson, Paul Morris and David Muston.

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Product Range Task, hospitality, loose furniture, lighting and accessories. Major Brands Artek, Avarte, ClassiCon, German Range, Gervasoni, Isokon, Mobel, Roethlisberger, Woodnotes. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

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Major Projects ANZ Docklands, VIC; Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, NSW & VIC; PricewaterhouseCoopers, NSW & VIC; Qualia, Hamilton Island, QLD; South Australian Water, SA; Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, SA; Stockland Head Office, NSW. Lead Time Ex-stock or 12 – 16 weeks.

Sustainability All suppliers have high sustainability standards and virtually the entire Artek range is now GECA certified as meeting the requirements of Good Environmental Choice Australia Furniture and Fittings Standard GECA-282005. See geca.org.au for more information.


thecollectiononline.com.au Artek Led by Finnish visionary architect Alvar Aalto, the Artek journey began in 1935 with the production of furnishings, lamps and fabrics that were a natural extension of Aalto’s thinking and vision. The structure of most of the range is plantation birch. The tops of some products are also available in ash veneer, linoleum or laminate.

1 Artek’s 2nd Cycle program encourages the re-use of pre-loved items. 2 Artek 60 stool is available in a range of coloured tops with natural birch legs or lacquered black or white. Certification GECA ANI-2008. German Range The tubular steel range was designed in the 1920s by designers such as Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Mart

Stam and Marcel Breuer. During the 1930s, the invention of the cantilevered chair by the Dutch architect, Mart Stam, became one of the most important furniture innovations of the 20th Century.

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in leather, fabric or cowhide. Frames are of chrome plated steel and the arms are of stained or varnished beech.

3 The Classic S411 Tubular Steel Chair Comfort and timeless design make the S411 ideal for any environment. It’s available with matching cantilevered stool and can be upholstered

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Clestra Australia (61 2) 9251 3855 clestra.com Clestra Hauserman designs, manufactures and installs prefabricated office partitions in markets all over the world. The Clestra group invests millions of dollars into research and development to produce intelligent, high performing and aesthetically pleasing partition systems. In projects of greatly differing size and scope, the Clestra partition is a desired material to structure the office space, but is also increasingly used as one of the key elements for decorating and creating ambience in the workplace. Partitions are becoming a key component of architecture, and through their design, the integration of new materials and skillfully maximising the use of glass, they provide the resources needed to express space without compromising flexibility, acoustics and fire protection.

Product Range Ranges include products made from materials such as glass, wood, steel and fabric. Also available is the Hop & Hop range of accessories. Major Brands pleinAir, Boa, Loft, Thema, Synops. Application Commercial. Major Projects Bank of America, US; Hong

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Kong Police Headquarters; Nikko City, Japan; Merryl Lynch, Singapore. Additional Services Clestra provides all services necessary to maximise the value of partitions to clients, including space planning, project and churn management, installation and ongoing maintenance. Lead Time Eight weeks.

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Sustainability Clestra partitions are fully demountable and reusable, providing additional Green Star points to projects. A Clestra project was the first project to achieve the full LEED accreditation in the USA. Partitions all come with proof of performance. The acoustic, fire, shock and scratch performance is tested and certified by third parties. Certified for ISO14001 and ISO9001.


thecollectiononline.com.au 1 pleinAir pleinAir comes in a single or double-glazed version with centre or offset profiles. pleinAir doors are available as swing or sliding doors, available in timber, steel or glass. Hanging curtains or woven image screens are also available, integrated into the standard ceiling profile. Manufacturer Clestra. Materials Glass and aluminium. Application Commercial.

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2 Synops The visual appearance of Synops is continually flush glazed without any sensory intrusion. The high attention to air tightness provides a high acoustic performance partition. Available in double glazed panels, a double glazed door inserted into this system gives a completely flush glass system. Manufacturer Clestra. Materials Glass and steel. Application Commercial.

3 Loft Clestra’s Loft is a harmonious and ultra-light system made up of glass and solid panels along with a door set in an established design. This system has been designed for lightweight fittings encouraging transparency of movement and opacity through transversal partitioning. Manufacturer Clestra. Materials Glass and aluminium. Application Commercial.

4 Boa Glazed panels, solid parts and doors fit between the Boa uprights designed as a rounded, timber vertical upright. This system is a trailblazing design. Manufacturer Clestra. Materials Glass, aluminium and wood. Application Commercial.

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sides. The product’s design allows the appearance of the panels to be varied. For example, Thema allows solid and glazed horizontal panels of different heights and a width that can span up to 3000mm. Manufacturer Clestra. Materials Glass, timber and aluminium. Application Commercial.

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Great Dane (61 3) 9510 6111 greatdanefurniture.com NSW (61 2) 9699 7677

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Driven by a passion to keep classic Scandinavian design alive, Great Dane founder, Anton Assaad, has brought the aesthetic, craftsmanship and integrity of Scandinavian design to Australia with a stunning range of new commercial furniture, lighting and accessories. Specialising in Danish designs for the home since 2003 and with showrooms established in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Great Dane offers an extensive collection of newly manufactured products that feature the unique aesthetic of Danish design. Through exclusive relationships with a range of Scandinavian designers and manufacturers, Great Dane offers a unique range of new products to the commercial market.

Product Range Hospitality, loose furniture, lighting and accessories. Major Brands PP Møbler, Getama Danmark, J.L Møllers Møbelfabrik, Jørgen Christensen Snedkeri A/S, PrebenShou, String, One Collection, Vipp, Unique Interieur, Danish Art Weaving, Architect Made, Finn Juhl, Fredericia Furniture.

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Lead Time Ex-stock or 12 – 14 weeks. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential. Specialised Services Great Dane Contract specialises in tailoring solutions to fit unique and demanding projects. The contract team will plan and coordinate a perfectly styled, original interior to meet project requirements, budget

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and design needs, all featuring the unique aesthetic of Danish design. Major Projects Country Road, VIC; Uccello Restaurant, The Ivy, NSW; Merivale Group, NSW; The Just Group, VIC.


thecollectiononline.com.au 1 N.O Møller Chair #77 N.O Møller’s dining chairs have introduced black to add a modern twist to a classic Danish design. Originally designed in 1959, the organic shapes and forms of the #77, combined with the sharp look of black, have produced a range which is very relevant to 21st Century living. Range Møller. Designer N.O Møller. Manufacturer J.L Møllers. Møbelfabrik A/S. Materials Available in Oak,

Walnut, Teak or Maple with natural or black papercord seat. Leather and fabric seats also available. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential. 2 Chieftains Chair Designed by Finn Juhl in 1949 and today is an icon within Danish furniture art. The Chieftains Chair is filled with symbols inspired by weaponry and customs from foreign shores. This chair exudes grandeur.

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Range Finn Juhl. Designer Finn Juhl. Manufacturer One Collection. Materials Available in Teak and Walnut with leather seat. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential. 3 Great Dane Klassik Sofa The design of the Klassik is based on an original style from Danish manufacturer Stouby. Great Dane has collaborated with the manufacturer to produce this

range exclusively. The range, with elegant curved frame and rounded legs, features a two- and three-seater sofa, single chair and ottoman. Range Klassik. Manufacturer Stouby. Materials Oak and leather. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential. 4 Great Dane Showroom The Prahan showroom in Melbourne, Victoria.

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5 Mega Bulb The lampshade, bulb and wire are transparent, but the form of Bulb is classic. Available in clear and silver glass, with red, yellow or clear textile flex. Available in 11cm and 18cm diameters. Range Unique Copenhagen. Designer Sofie Refer. Manufacturer Unique Copenhagen. Materials Mouthblown glass, textile cable. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

6 Erik Buch Bar Stool A classic bar stool perfect for kitchen bench or bar. Designed by Erik Buch in the ‘60s and manufactured by Preben Schou. Bar and counter heights available, also a swivel seat. Range Erik Buch. Designer Erik Buch. Manufacturer Preben Schou. Materials Available in Oak, Teak or Walnut with leather seat. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

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Interstudio 1300 785 199 interstudio.com.au ACT, NSW, QLD, VIC 1300 785 199 Interstudio Australia strives to offer the most comprehensive range of products to suit the needs of the latest commercial and residential interiors. The Sydney-based furniture company was founded in 2002 and is based on the philosophy of Interstudio Denmark, which has showrooms in Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo.
Interstudio focuses on fresh, contemporary design and promotes emerging Scandinavian and local Australian designers. An extensive range of products is on offer and the portfolio is constantly updated with innovative new lines and materials. Interstudio also provides customised furniture and joinery solutions. The philosophy of the company is the pursuit of excellence in product design matched with perception of value.

Product Range Ranges suit commercial receptions, breakouts and boardrooms and upmarket residential interiors. Major Brands Paustian, Genese, Globe Zero 4, MagnusOlesen, Montana, Markant, Woodmark, Basile and Evans, Six Inch and Interstudio ‘Own Brand’. Application Residential, executive and commercial office spaces.

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Major Projects Optus, Australia-wide; Fairfax Media, NSW; Novotel, Australia-wide; University of Western Sydney, NSW; CBA, Australia-wide; QANTAS, Australia-wide. Lead Time Ex-stock, 4 – 6 weeks for locally manufactured items and 10 – 12 weeks for imported Danish and Belgian products.

Sustainability Offering a large range of GECA-certified products.


thecollectiononline.com.au 1 Genese Desking A competitively-priced and innovative storage system in contemporary finishes. Range Genese. Designer Morten Voss. Manufacturer Holmris. Materials Aluminium, laminates, soft stone. Certification ISO 14001. Application Commercial and residential. 2 Milk Desking An innovative sit-to-stand mechanism offering desking

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with an impressive range of accessory ‘tools’. Range Milk. Designer Morten Voss. Manufacturer Holmris. Materials Aluminium, laminate, smarts tone, ‘soft touch’. Certification ISO 14001. Application Commercial and residential.

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Range Globe Zero 4. Designer Busk + Hertzog. Manufacturer Globe Zero 4. Materials Timber and cold cured ‘sculptured’ foam. Certification ISO 14001. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

3 True Love Sofa This beautiful award-winning design complements the True Love Lounge Chair.

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ISM Objects (61 3) 9585 3600 ismobjects.com.au ACT 1300 888 646 NT (61 8) 8150 9200 SA (61 8) 8150 9200 WA 1300 888 646

NSW (61 2) 9281 8013 QLD 1300 888 646 TAS (61 3) 6224 8884

ISM Objects was established in 1990 and designs, produces and supplies innovative lighting solutions for architects, designers and lighting specialists. ISM is both an industrial concern at the cutting edge of research into new technology, and a constantly evolving point of reference for Australian and international lighting designers. The company is committed to working with designers and projects that demand quality and excellence in all design solutions.

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Product Range Decorative table and floor lamps, pendants and wall lights, architectural track lighting systems, custom design and manufacturing services. Major Brands ISM Objects, ISM Sparks, Blade Lighting. Application Commercial and residential interior lighting and hospitality.

Major Projects Google headquarters, NSW; Bank of New Zealand, NZ; L’Oreal offices, VIC; Burswood Casino, WA. Lead Time Standard products, 2 – 3 weeks; indent and custom products, 5 – 6 weeks. Additional Services Custom design and supply.

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thecollectiononline.com.au 1 Nudie Pendant Nudie Pendants in black zinc finish, featured in Doyles, Melbourne, VIC. Interior by Nexus Design. Range Nudie. Designers Celina Clarke, Jason Barry, Simon Christopher. Manufacturer ISM Objects. Materials Zinc plated steel, anodised aluminium. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

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2 Galaxy Square Pendant Red Galaxy Square Pendants featured in Cafenatics, Melbourne, VIC. Interior by Zwei Interiors Architecture. Range Galaxy. Designers Celina Clarke, Jason Barry, Simon Christopher. Manufacturer ISM Objects. Materials Pleated fabric lampshade. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

3 Big Mouth Table Lamp A compact lamp for task or bedside reading features a gloss white aluminium exterior, matte reflector. Top diffuser provides light in two directions. Range Big Mouth. Designers Celina Clarke, Jason Barry, Simon Christopher. Manufacturer ISM Objects. Materials Aluminium white gloss exterior, matte reflector. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

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4 Empire Pendant A moulded polymer pendant available in opal for a warm diffused light or blackout black for downward light and dramatic profile. Range Empire. Designers Celina Clarke, Jason Barry, Simon Christopher. Manufacturer ISM Objects. Materials Moulded polymer in opal or black. Application Commercial, hospitality and residential.

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