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.
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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.
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Though designed for the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the form of the Loafer Chair enables it to enrich almost any environment.
How do you create singular spaces within a home that is largely open plan? The answer can be found in the Edsall Street residence by Ritz&Ghougassian.
A tight triangular block and a hundred year old adjacent brick drain are tricky design challenges for any home – but as Molecule Studio proved with the Triangle House, they’re also design opportunities.
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.
Cult welcomes &tradition to its collection – a Danish design brand dedicated to merging traditional Scandinavian design with modern creativity.
Studiofour’s alteration and addition to a single-storey Victorian-era house creates lighter, brighter spaces for a growing young family.
Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, this bright and breezy family home is filled with sunshine, fresh air and open spaces.
For a trio of furniture classics, Fritz Hansen has released a 60th anniversary collection. The Egg, Swan and Drop chairs are back in new finishes, better than ever.
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The Building award is granted to a project that facilitates architecture of the future and its ability to respond to place-specific, cultural needs.
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If you missed the INDE.Awards gala evening revealing the winners to the our region’s premier architects and design awards program, or had too much fun to remember all the finer details, fear not. Here, we’ve published the full list of winners and honourable mentions.