• Tipo Chairs at Toyota Material Handling Australia

    Tipo Chairs at Toyota Material Handling Australia

    Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA) opened its brand-new state-of-the-art facility in Gepps Cross, South Australia in May 2019. With a strong focus on the environment and sustainability, TMHA specified axona AICHI’s Tipo chair, which has a history of being manufactured with recycled Toyota automobile parts. The Tipo chair provi...
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  • 15 Easy Ways to be more Eco-friendly

    15 Easy Ways to be more Eco-friendly

    It can be easy to make small changes that have a less detrimental effect on our environment. It’s all about forming a new habit and making them part of your routine. For the home, workplace or when you’re out and about, these are 15 easy ways to be more eco-friendly and reduce your environmental footprint. Out and about 1. ...
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  • An Ibiza State of Mind

    An Ibiza State of Mind

    Vondom and designer Eugeni Quitlett are doing their part to clean up the ocean. Their new collection, Ibiza, is made with salvaged plastics, such as single-use bottles, bags and straws, that have washed up on the shores of Ibiza – Quitlett’s hometown. Eight million metric tons of plastic are discarded in our oceans every year. Tha...
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  • Waste Not, Want Not: How KE-ZU is Reducing and Recycling Waste

    Waste Not, Want Not: How KE-ZU is Reducing and Recycling Waste

    Our policy for minimising waste is very simple: reduce, reuse and recycle. At KE-ZU we are extremely conscious of our environmental footprint and are working hard to minimise waste by frequently reviewing our current practices and implementing new strategies. We have recently become a member of the Australian Packaging Covenant Organi...
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  • Meet Richard Swanton, KE-ZU Service Manager

    Meet Richard Swanton, KE-ZU Service Manager

    KE-ZU Service Manager Richard Swanton is our clients’ first port of call for furniture assessments, physical repairs and solving any unforeseen problems that may arise. He is a talented musician, curious about the universe and loves hitting the open road on his motorcycle. We spoke to Richard to find out more. What does your role as...
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  • Listen, Learn and Laugh with KE-ZU’s fave Podcasts

    Listen, Learn and Laugh with KE-ZU’s fave Podcasts

    If you’re all ears for podcasts, then it’s time to listen up. Here are 10 popular podcasts that KE-ZU team members love tuning into. NeoConversations Keep up to date with who’s who in the industry. Focused on the commercial design industry, Neoconversations features talks with interesting thinkers, players, movers and...
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  • Vondom’s new collection is oh so Suave

    Vondom’s new collection is oh so Suave

    Vondom’s new outdoor collection is Suave by name and suave by nature. Designed by Marcel Wanders, the modular sofa and planters are designed to transform outdoor spaces into relaxed and elegant oases. Suave is the result of a five-year collaboration between Marcel Wanders and Vondom, with the collection winning the prestigious Germa...
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  • Projects we love: Hotel Rose Bay by Richards Stanisich

    Projects we love: Hotel Rose Bay by Richards Stanisich

    Hotel Rose Bay has been a Sydney crowd-pleaser for 90 years. Recently renovated by Richards Stanisich, the historic establishment now has Expormim’s Coqueta chairs and Gres stools, providing patrons with stylish and comfortable seating. Richards Stanisich preserved the historic façade of the iconic pub built in 1929, while undertak...
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  • Spotlight: Why you should choose LED

    Spotlight: Why you should choose LED

    Good design and energy efficiency can go hand in hand with LED lighting. Offering a greater lifespan and consuming less watts than incandescent bulbs, LEDs are a long-lasting, energy-efficient choice without any compromise on design. LEDs have a general life expectancy of 50,000 hours and consume 12 watts with 90 per cent of energy go...
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  • Below the surface: Choosing fabric for upholstered furniture

    Below the surface: Choosing fabric for upholstered furniture

    Colour and pattern are key aesthetic considerations when selecting fabric for upholstered furniture. But there’s much more to it than that. The textile should be suitable for the users, function and setting, as well as being malleable enough to stretch around the forms of the furniture. These factors will influence how easy or diffi...
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