Sydney’s Skheme is known in the design world for being one of Australia’s premier tile and stone suppliers, and now they’ve got the showroom to match.
The custom designed showroom in Rushcutters Bay marks a move for the Skheme team from their original home in Rozelle, now situated in the heart of Sydney’s Design and Architectural community.
“The design brief was to make the showroom simple, architectural, engaging and easy to navigate in complete cohesion with our website,” says Skheme Director Marco De Clerico “We drew inspiration from the architect Mies Van Der Rohe”
Knowing the value of great collaboration, the showroom was designed using a range of contractors, such as as GP2 Projects who did the design and construction, Man of Steel, Premium Joinery and Ellerman Tiling.
The Showroom features purely custom designed features including a workbench clad in natural stone Flutes, the Farrago table designed inhouse, and the Cupboard Door Colour Range, showcasing a vast range of tile and stone products.
Upon launching the showroom, Skheme held an exclusive party for some of the local design community’s best and brightest. The evening was a great success and a great sign of things to come for the team’s new showroom. We gladly raise a glass to Skheme and can’t wait to see the projects that come from this great showcase of fine tile and stone.