Founded by Richard Munao in 1997, Cult is an Australian owned company that supplies superior, quality designer furniture including tables, chairs, lounges, lighting and accessories. Over the 20 years, Cult has grown into Australia and New Zealand’s leading design destination with one of the most comprehensive collections of brand partners.
Cult proudly supplies exceptional international brands including Fritz Hansen, Poltrona Frau, Cappellini, Carl Hansen & Sons, Zanotta, &tradition, Vipp and Louis Poulsen. In addition to its international brand partners, Cult launched its own Australian design brand, NAU, in 2017.
Cult is dedicated to supporting and promoting Australian design talent and has been involved in a range of national awards programs. In addition to its flagship showroom in Sydney, Cult has showrooms in Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland as well as distributors in Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and Singapore.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
In a neighbourhood that has a penchant for replacing period bungalows with monolithic mansions, Rose Bay House by Ricci Bloch makes virtue of spatial quality over size.
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Iconic Danish industrial design brand Vipp has taken the leap into furniture design, and along for the journey is Australian design powerhouse, Cult.
A textbook example of perfect synergy, New Volumes can now be found in Cult showrooms across Australia. Both brands steadfast supporters of local designers and makers.
From Fritz Hansen and Spanish designer Jaime Hayon comes the JH97 – a chair that walks the delicate line between modern design and classical appeal.
Channelling the soul of this coastal New South Wales site, Renato D’Ettorre Architects has created a mystical and multi-award-winning residence for a young family of five.
If you think the black box on the back is a done deal in Melbourne, think again. Ha Architecture designs a new modern narrative in Melbourne’s inner west.
Vivid, with high contrasting colours or a mix of different materials and scales, the following Habitus Loves list consists of extraordinary statement upholstery products.
A night to celebrate and honour the best in architecture and design across the APAC. Here’s what went down at the INDE.Awards Gala this year.
Think ‘more is more’, but with a method. This Habitus Loves list is a combination of layers, colours and patterns that create a dramatic interior.
In just under three weeks, the winners of the INDE.Awards 2019 will be announced at a grand gala event in Melbourne. Here’s the full download ahead of the big night.
To combat the chill winds and frosty temps, we’ve come up with a Habitus Loves list that is sure to warm up your interiors.
HayShop.com.au is the all new way to get the latest and greatest from Danish design giants HAY, thanks to the ever diligent design experts at Cult Design.
The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.
Celebrating the prodigious beauty of its location, this beach house by Bark Architects embraces nature and champions passive design to establish a simple but bountiful life for family and friends.
Whether working from home or wanting to do some occasional studying, this Habitus Loves list can help you stay organised and avoid distractions.
As the INDE.Awards continues to be a true reflection of design and architecture from the Asia Pacific region – it is our partners, through their support, that show what the industry has to offer.
Whether you want to pass time idly and indolently or to recline and relax, this Habitus Loves list is bound to make that happen.
You’ve seen these brands featured in Habitus House Of The Year, on TV and online, but this Habitus Loves list uncovers what else these brands have.
The interaction between materials and natural light creates a warm and welcoming environment in this family house by Nick Bell Architects.