At Sydney’s Queen’s Court, the Cult Curated Edition pop-up store has arrived. Featuring a highly curated selection of designer furniture from Cult’s most iconic brands; the store is the next step in the collaboration between Cult and the interior design experts at Infinite Design.
Open from today, The Cult Curated Edition is a chance for Sydney design lovers to secure a suite of designer items, curated by Infinite Design Studio’s Principal and Lead Designer, Michelle Macarounas.
Located just across the courtyard from Infinite Design’s Woollahra Studio, visitors are invited to peruse a selection of furniture, lighting and accessories from international and local brands including Poltrona Frau, Carl Hansen, HAY, Gubi, &tradition, NAU, Zanotta and Cappellini.
“Our showrooms across Australia and New Zealand are curated by brand, but through the Cult Curated Edition, we are able to present great design as people experience it in their homes – a Louis Poulsen floor lamp with a Cappellini sofa and a Poltrona Frau side table,” says Cult Design founder Richard Munao.
“We are looking forward to being a part of this new community, and to adding to the great brands located in Woollahra’s Queens Court. We are so excited to collaborate with the Cult team and to grow the Curated Edition from its roots in Woollahra.”
Running until October, the pop-up store will allow visitors to see the curated selections of furniture and accessories alongside artworks from Olsen Gallery, M Contemporary and Otomys, with fabrics from South Pacific Fabric, will be showcased and available to purchase in the pop-up store.
“We are fortunate to be part of a wonderful community that has embraced our new way of bringing design ideas to the public,” says Michelle Macarounas. “We delight in enhancing people’s lives through the art of engaging design.”
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