The second showroom opening in under a year, Living Edge is committed to holding its position as one of the leading suppliers of designer furniture and lighting across Australia. More over, the brand is showcasing its dedication to the architecture and design industry not simply in the brands and designs it brings to our shores, but also the spaces in which these globally revered designs sit.\r\n\r\nDesigned by Bates Smart and located in Richmond, Living Edge Melbourne showroom shows its understanding of a new immersive shopping experience architects, designers and design consumers are increasingly expecting.\r\n\r\nOn display is\u00a0a curated collection of furniture and\u00a0lighting\u00a0by\u00a0world-renowned brands, including Herman Miller, Walter Knoll, Vitra, Muuto, BD Barcelona and Tom Dixon \u2013 the latter a recent addition. Each pocket of the showroom is a respectful coming together of Living Edge\u2019s distinct visual identity and that of each particular brand. Each brand exists in harmony with another.\r\n\r\n\u201cMelbourne has always had a creative spirit with a thriving architecture and design community that\u2019s world renowned,\u201d said Aidan Mawhinney, CEO of Living Edge. \u201cWe were inspired to create an inviting and authentic showroom experience that would meet the needs of the growing industry and provide the ultimate platform to showcase our iconic collection that\u2019s focused on\u00a0authentic, sustainable and conscious design.\u201d\r\n\r\nFor the special opening event, 400 guests gathered in a carpark transformed into a botanical haven, complete with hanging installations by Big Leaf Boutique from Byron Bay surrounding the new Tom Dixon Melt Copper lighting range.\r\n\r\nAn inspired menu was provided by Ed Dixon Food Design and complemented by a Colonial Brewery beer truck and flowing Chandon. Upstairs the new commercial showroom space offered Gundog Estate wine tasting paired with matching local cheeses from Harper and Blohm.\r\n\r\nLiving Edge is located at 650 Church Street, Richmond.