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KE-ZU Blog

Bringing you the ingredients that make environments better to live, work and relax in.

  1. The design industry is uniting to combat climate change 

    The design industry is uniting to combat climate change 
    This summer in Australia was devastating. We endured catastrophic bushfires, followed by dust storms, torrential rain and flash floods. These events caused mass destruction to lives, homes, communities and wildlife. At KE-ZU we are extremely conscious of our impact on the environment, we are pleased to the design and architecture industry to unite to combat climate change. Architects Declare Australia...
  2. imm cologne 2020 kicks off the new decade

    imm cologne 2020 kicks off the new decade
    imm cologne 2020 kicked off the furniture and design trade fairs for the new year and the new decade. More than 128,000 visitors attended the event in January, travelling from all over the world to see the latest trends in furniture design. Artifort presented new and expanded product collections, including the Shark Lounge designed by René Holten. The Shark Lounge...
  3. New and improved: The Tipo chair

    New and improved: The Tipo chair
    The Tipo chair is already one of our bestsellers and we are very excited that it is now even better. Axona AICHI has developed a new mesh – and new colours – for the Tipo chair, continuing to up the ante on its sustainability, comfort and durability. The new mesh is a tighter, smoother weave that creates a different feel...
  4. Projects we love: Habitat House Rooftop

    Projects we love: Habitat House Rooftop
    The rooftop of Habitat House in Surry Hills, Sydney, is one of the main drawcards attracting young and dynamic companies to the building. The World is Round transformed the 1960s commercial building into a workplace designed for tenants’ needs and wellbeing, and the rooftop, with furniture from KE-ZU, is its crowning glory. Aware of the correlation between mental health and...
  5. Take a Seat - Marketing to Millennials

    Take a Seat - Marketing to Millennials
    As recently reported on Indesignlive... With one chair, one engaging entertainer, 50 relatable scenarios and millions of views, KE-ZU has tapped a new audience. Call it an a-ha moment if you will but “the Tipo point” may be more apt. It describes the decision by KE-ZU’s Mark Swanton to try something out of the (furniture retailing) marketing box. Bemused by...
  6. Meet Steph Alexander, KE-ZU Logistics

    Meet Steph Alexander, KE-ZU Logistics
    Working in logistics, Steph Alexander plays a pivotal role in the well-oiled machine that is KE-ZU. She is the intermediary between designers, suppliers, warehouse, sales, marketing and clients, ensuring all furniture is received and delivered to order. Steph moved from London to Sydney in 2016, after having what Steph describes as a very “say-yes-to-everything kind of a year.” She said...
  7. Projects we love: Balmoral Bathers’ Pavilion

    Projects we love: Balmoral Bathers’ Pavilion
    Built in the 1920s, Balmoral Bathers’ Pavilion is a Sydney institution with a nearly 100-year legacy. Luchetti Krelle recently modernised the grand art-deco venue with a refurbishment that honours its heritage, Mediterranean charm and coastal setting. With informal and formal dining and drinking spaces, furnished with seating from KE-ZU suppliers Bernhardt Design, Andreu World, Expormim and EMU, there is something for everyone...
  8. Could you be the next designer to collaborate with Parachilna?

    Could you be the next designer to collaborate with Parachilna?
    Join the long list of superstar designers to collaborate with Parachilna and create your own custom lighting. Parachilna Custom allows you to order an existing light in a different colour, size or form, or to develop a brand-spanking-new design to add that extra pizazz to your project requirements. This is an exciting opportunity to work with one of the world’s...
  9. Meet the Manila pendant by Parachilna

    Meet the Manila pendant by Parachilna
    At face value, Parachilna and flamenco dancing may seem like an odd pair. But they both hail from Spain, are known for their expressive art form and seek to perverse traditional skills and knowledge. Parachilna’s newest pendant, Manila, forges the connection further, taking its name from flamenco dancers’ traditional silk shawl. The Manila pendant, designed by Sebastian Herkner, is an...
  10. Projects we love: Martha’s Table

    Projects we love: Martha’s Table
    Martha’s Table is a new venue in Martha Cove that brings a touch of the Mediterranean to the Mornington Peninsula. Inspired by the waterfront setting, Melissa Collison designed a space that evokes the Italian coast, with Expormim and EMU furniture providing a perfect seat to relax and dine outdoors. Martha’s Table incorporates a restaurant and bar for fine and casual...