A new home of Scandinavian design opens its doors in Brisbane

After searching high and low for the perfect location, Great Dane has found a new home for its Brisbane showroom, now open in Fortitude Valley.

The cavernous warehouse space has been transformed into a luxury setting, with a warm and minimalist backdrop to let the full range of Scandinavian furniture and lighting shine.

Photo by Cieran Murphy

Conceived as a space where customers are invited to linger and lounge, the new showroom is focused on encouraging visitors to really get to know each piece and its unique backstory.

“The showroom has been designed to feel like a home. Customers become a part of it and are treated like family, crafting their own journey, and learning about the makers who have selected the perfect Swedish leather or tree planks for their table,” shares Great Dane founder, Anton Assaad.

Related: Great Dane celebrates 20th anniversary

While undeniably a reflection of the Great Dane ethos, the Brisbane outpost is a lighter and brighter space than the Sydney and Melbourne counterparts. Sage green and white walls create a gentle ambience, which is more in line with the sub-tropical locale.

To honour the new space, an official opening was held where architects, designers and clientele were invited to the new showroom in true Great Dane hospitality.

Exquisite wines and canapes were served, with a grazing table featuring Nordic twists. Guests mingled long into the balmy night, spilling out into the street.

Salute to the perfect occasion for the perfect space.

Great Dane Brisbane
2 Prospect Street, Fortitude Valley
greatdanefurniture.com

Showroom photography – Cieran Murphy
Event photography – Claudia Baxter

Photo by Cieran Murphy

Photo by Cieran Murphy

Photo by Cieran Murphy

We think you might like this story about four ultra-modern products, including FRAGILE by Antrei Hartikainen, available through Great Dane.

The post A new home of Scandinavian design opens its doors in Brisbane appeared first on Habitusliving.com.

After searching high and low for the perfect location, Great Dane has found a new home for its Brisbane showroom, now open in Fortitude Valley.

The cavernous warehouse space has been transformed into a luxury setting, with a warm and minimalist backdrop to let the full range of Scandinavian furniture and lighting shine.

Photo by Cieran Murphy

Conceived as a space where customers are invited to linger and lounge, the new showroom is focused on encouraging visitors to really get to know each piece and its unique backstory.

“The showroom has been designed to feel like a home. Customers become a part of it and are treated like family, crafting their own journey, and learning about the makers who have selected the perfect Swedish leather or tree planks for their table,” shares Great Dane founder, Anton Assaad.

Related: Great Dane celebrates 20th anniversary

While undeniably a reflection of the Great Dane ethos, the Brisbane outpost is a lighter and brighter space than the Sydney and Melbourne counterparts. Sage green and white walls create a gentle ambience, which is more in line with the sub-tropical locale.

To honour the new space, an official opening was held where architects, designers and clientele were invited to the new showroom in true Great Dane hospitality.

Exquisite wines and canapes were served, with a grazing table featuring Nordic twists. Guests mingled long into the balmy night, spilling out into the street.

Salute to the perfect occasion for the perfect space.

Great Dane Brisbane
2 Prospect Street, Fortitude Valley
greatdanefurniture.com

Showroom photography – Cieran Murphy
Event photography – Claudia Baxter

Photo by Cieran Murphy

Photo by Cieran Murphy

Photo by Cieran Murphy

We think you might like this story about four ultra-modern products, including FRAGILE by Antrei Hartikainen, available through Great Dane.

The post A new home of Scandinavian design opens its doors in Brisbane appeared first on Habitusliving.com.

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