Apato brings to Australia the finest furniture brands by master craftsmen and designers in Japan.
Our exclusive collection features pieces that have been designed by an exciting mix of high profile designers and emerging young talents, carefully manufactured using age-old techniques and modern technology to attain exquisite quality and ergonomic comfort.
Each beautiful creation is a celebration of unparalleled master craftsmanship combined with innovative Japanese design.
Our products range from the prestigious to the inspiring and are suitable for residential and corporate spaces as well as educational and hospitality purposes.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
Moody and dramatic, these pieces from designers local and across the globe allude to the cool comforts of retreating to a typified ‘man cave’… whisky in hand.
Pieces collected from our travels, essential items within the home, objets d’art or items we just love the look of, this collection of exposed storage will ensure what you have on display makes just as big an impact as what you are presenting to the world.
Form and function meet fashion; these armchairs are super comfortable and will steal the spotlight as the perfect conversation piece.
Good Japanese design is more than just an aesthetic – it’s a philosophy, and one beloved the world over. But what if you can’t afford a plane ticket to Tokyo? Here’s where to get your fix locally.
As we explore The Art of Lounging, we seek out the best of the best. Today we look to our Design Hunters to identify the top chair models out. There are certainly some classics, but what’s your favourite?
We feature 8 products that feature man-made, time-honoured and organic textures that celebrate contrast, tactility and physical interaction.
Originally from Singapore, today See Yen Foo lives in Melbourne and owns Apt Living and Apato. In fact, the launch of Apato coincides with Melbourne Indesign this weekend. Before it all takes place though, we had a chat with this furniture guru and found out he has a love for cold beer, work, and great taste for architecture.