For over 50 years, Abey Australia has been providing fellow Australians with quality products that have endured the test of time. Renowned for their focus on quality and innovation, Abey products are held in the highest regard.
German-born high-end appliance brand Gaggenau engaged Sue Carr of Carr Design Group for the design of their new flagship showroom in Melbourne. Drawing on the brand’s heritage, the design brief took inspiration from the Black Forest in Germany.
Developing an Italian-made bathroom tapware range that encapsulates the meaning of “style” is how the Abey’s Gareth Ashton Stile Range was born.
Walking down Danks street, Waterloo seemed like it was the centre of all things fine, delicate and oh-so-fancy! Whether it’s the best in high-quality oak, enviable bathroom fitouts, or even just the indulgence of contemporary European furniture, SID17’s Waterloo precinct spoke to our dreams, desires and aspirations.
Exclusive to Abey Australia, the Schock Sink range has hit Australian shores and brown with it a new way forward for the bathroom.
For more than 40 years, Italy’s Barazza has been at the cutting-edge of kitchen design. The design brand’s Made to Measure range of integrated worktops are able to seamlessly incorporate hobs, sinks and accessories into high-grade stainless steel.
Gessi aims to fulfil the desire to blend nature with architecture in people’s private habitats, envisioning the bathroom not only as a place for regeneration and well-being but also as a truly natural shelter.
Abey Australia has launched their new Melbourne showroom, designed by Rothelowman.
The Eleganza range has been designed to add a touch of elegance to the bathroom space, making life easier and more beautiful.
With its minimalist, linear design simplicity, the state-of-the-art Gessi Rettangolo range, brings a dramatic sense of elegance and sophistication to any bathroom.
The latest collection from the Italian brand presents simple shapes that inspire confidence and showcase the finest in bathroom design, and is now available in Australia.