DOMO is Australia’s leading supplier of high-quality, coveted furniture and lighting by world-esteemed brands. From classic to contemporary, DOMO’s diverse and luxurious collection is distinct for its superior style and exceptional craftsmanship. DOMO represents over 12 international collections including Ligne Roset, de Sede, Wittmann, Sika Design, RODA, Marchetti, HC28, and Duvivier plus our own exclusive in-house ranges. Products cover lounge, dining, bedroom, outdoor and occasional furniture, dedicated to practical design, quality craftsmanship and original vision. While DOMO has evolved from our traditional roots to offer an extensively contemporary collection, we retain a strong base of timeless pieces that complement all styles.
The M sofa embodies a well-balanced blend of modernity, simplicity and elegance. Its dynamic streamlined form allows for comfortable seating, which thanks to the careful positioning of its lumbar and shoulder rests, doesn’t need additional cushions. Made by highly skilled artisans, the structure is a mix of solid wood and plywood, veneer for the base and legs and finished in walnut or stained oak. Its unique shape makes the sofa a highly adaptable piece for the home and public spaces. Designed by Francois Champsaur, the M sofa is from HC28, which combines European design with efficient manufacturing to produce affordable and contemporary furniture for a design conscious audience, looking for quality at a reasonable price.
The GIO armchair presents a graceful form built of diagonal lines and angles. The precise, neat design and spectacular craftwork make it a joy to behold and the geometric structure ensures it fits comfortably in any contemporary room. The Gio Armchair is made with upholstered fabric and/or leather on a solid wood and plywood structure on top of a solid wood black lacquered base. It is part of HC28 Cosmopolitan, a contemporary collection, reinterpreting luxury in a fresh, minimalist and modern style.
Numero 111 | Michel Roset
Clyde Shelving is designed by Numero 111 and Michel Roset, using two essential characteristics – steel structure with V shaped supports and the superposed tops. The shelving unit is structured in black lacquered tubular steel with a base in either matching black lacquer, or a contrasting brass finish. It consists of 4 shelves in 3/4” thick MDF panels in black-stained oak veneer with bevelled edges. Details are in the two back panels positioned on the upper left and lower right, that feature a Maltese cross motif in black lacquered perforated steel.
Solveig Floor Lamp
Avril De Pastre
The Solveig Floor Lamp is designed by Avril De Pastre and inspired by the Swedish meaning of Solveig, ’the path of the sun’. The floor lamp is perched on three rods with a reflector sheet steel in gloss white lacquer. This large lamp gently diffuses light through its white dish and showcases a play of reflections; the inner surface of the reflector, with bright, white, contrasting with the dull white of its outer surface. The shade is connected to the base by a magnet, enabling the angle of the reflector to be modified. Other components include a solid tubular base in black lacquered steel with black plastic gliders, a matt nickel light fitting cover, grey textile cable and black foot switch.
The Vuelta Armchair is a high-back armchair designed by Jaime Hayson and draws upon rotating, turning and return – the meanings of the Spanish word Vuelta. The wing chair is a masterpiece of subtle design and relaxed seating, framed by curved bentwood and completed with detailed upholstery with pocket springs, providing hours of comfortable sitting. It can be made of bentwood black beech with the armrest in black oak or alternatively in walnut bentwood with armrest in walnut and upholstery for both in either fabric or leather. Its articulating seam patterns are reminiscent of Viennese Modernism whereas the compact small armchair, however, looks like a small, enchanting monolithic sculpture.
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