• Tag: KE-ZU


    KE-ZU Showroom Installation by Yellowtrace for Sydney Indesign 2013.

    18th September

    Our installation explored the limits between real & imagined spaces, particularly relating to the “Design Process”. The concept was based on the idea of two unfolded boxes which became platforms for furniture display. The box itself could have been interpreted in two ways – 1) an unfolded container used to transport the furniture from its country of origin all the way to the KE-ZU showroom; 2) 3D spaces representing imagined new possibilities as future “homes” for the furniture. This idea was further reinforced by the large fabric screen which created a life-size impression of another space transported into KE-ZU showroom. Great. Now that we knew what we were doing, it was only a matter of finding friends and suppliers who could help us pull it all together. Easy, right? Well, not exactly…



    Bernhardt Design at KE-ZU + Super HOT Giveaway!

    18th July

    Oh man, this is almost too much excitement for a Wednesday, but I’m up for it. Shall we? Lets do it! Our friends at KE-ZU are super excited to announce the launch of a brand new furniture range to add to their already impressive stable – Bernhardt Design. To celebrate this very special launch, we have partnered with KE-ZU to bring you a super hot giveaway. Yes, we are talking about the amazing and super beautiful LOFT Lounge Chair (RRP from $4,295). OH EM GEE!!!




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