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    Global design brand Boffi to launch in Australia this March

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    Italy’s leading contemporary interiors company, Boffi will launch in the Australian market in March 2013.

    Setting up shop with a 250m² mono-brand showroom in Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst, the Boffi Studio Sydney will showcase the brand’s exceptional trademark range of kitchens, bathrooms, dressing rooms and storage.

    Boffi is considered one of the world’s leading interiors brands and a benchmark in craftsmanship and design excellence.

    Following the lead of the 63 Boffi Showrooms around the world in cities such as Milan, London, Paris, Berlin, New York and Copenhagen, Boffi Studio Sydney is being established in Australia by renowned interior architect, Edwina Withers and property investor and developer, Andrew Towzell whose combined passion and expertise rest in residential, hotel and hospitality design as well as travel and gastronomy.

    Edwina will be the Director of Boffi Studio Sydney backed by a team of architects, designers and technical staff who will be trained at the Boffi Education Centre in Lentate Sul Seveso on the outskirts of Milan, Italy. Edwina and her team will work with clients to tailor and customise Boffi solutions to suit each individual design brief.

    For Edwina, creating Boffi Studio Sydney, Australia’s first Boffi showroom is a dream-come-true. Having discovered the Boffi brand on her first visit to Milan’s ‘Salone del Mobile’ in 2000, she has continued to visit the showroom every year. She describes Boffi as the global leaders in kitchens, bathrooms, dressing rooms and storage.

    Roberto Gavazzi, Boffi CEO considers Australia as one of the most sophisticated design markets in the world and is happy to be partnering with Edwina to offer designers, architects and consumers an opportunity to immerse themselves in the Boffi brand.

    Boffi Studio Sydney will open in March 2013 at 318 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst.

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