The opening of the Miele Gallery Sydney completes the national capital city rollout of Miele Australia’s showroom concept.
The gallery interior was designed by Australian architectural company, RBI Architecture whose principal, Robert Blair, worked closely in association with Miele architects in Germany. It was layed out to mirror similar spaces in key international locations such as the Miele Forum in Gütersloh, Germany, the Experience Centre in the United Kingdom and others in Warsaw, Moscow, Dubai and Cape Town.
The showroom comes with art pieces interspersed within its space to create the gallery feel.
Miele Galleries of differing configurations can now be found in Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, South Melbourne and Knoxfield, Melbourne and now Sydney.
Each is designed to creatively present Miele’s ranges of domestic appliances in a display where lifestyle is the theme.
The company says the appliances are ‘not simply put on display. Rather, they cleverly take centre stage to reinforce the Miele brand image characterised by quality, style, innovation and durability’.
A live kitchen is included in each of the Miele Galleries, which will conduct cooking appliance classes, with demonstrations by celebrity chefs also planned.
This month, the Miele Gallery Sydney presents a program of special events demonstrations. For more information and the program of events, visit www.miele.com.au