KE-ZU supplies furniture that makes people feel good. Since its founding in 1992, the company has focused on this singular vision delivering an extensive range of residential and contract furniture that has become synonymous with the way we work and live in today's better environments.

Featured Products

Expormim TINA Armchair
TINA
Armchair

Expormim

Expormim FRAMES Armchair
FRAMES
Armchair

Expormim

Expormim ULAH Seesaw
ULAH
Seesaw

Expormim

Recent Blog Posts

    • 24 January 2015
    • News | Closed Australia Day
    •   At KE-ZU, we religiously observe the Australia Day holiday. Accordingly, our annual sale will commence 7:30am Tuesday 27th January.     Share on Facebook  Read...
    • 23 January 2015
    • News | KE-ZU Sale
    • Sale starts Tuesday 27th January at 7.30am Save on a huge range of designer indoor + outdoor furniture, lighting + accessories for the home, office + public spaces from international brands – Andreu World + Bernhardt Design + EMU + BD Barcelona + HIVE + Kenneth Cobonpue + Expormim + Lzf + M114 + Indecasa […]  Read...
    • 19 December 2014
    • Spotlight | Mitt
    • You’ll find this incredibly fun, multi-functional chair is perfect for a multitude of applications. With its hidden, weight-activated, locking casters and integrated handle, this chair is easy to move around making it perfect for collaborative areas in everything from corporate and healthcare to libraries and education. From comfort to function, you’ll find it fits your […]  Read...
    • 19 December 2014
    • Oh, What a Night …
    • If you have ever stopped by the KE-ZU showroom at lunch time, you know that we don’t need an excuse to eat or spend time together. So that’s exactly what we did last Friday night. The KE-ZU team headed (in Tokyo Neon get up) to Waterloo St, Surry Hills and crowded into Izakaya Fujiama, where […]  Read...
    • 16 December 2014
    • Furniture For Thought | Bernhardt Design
    • John M. Bernhardt takes any notion you may have about what a lumberjack should be and turns it completely on its head. He wasn’t beefy and brawny with bulging biceps and dodgy tattoos. He didn’t wear a beanie. Heck, he didn’t even own a red flannelette shirt. But what he lacked in stereotypes, he more […]  Read...

 

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