We are excited to share with you the beautiful Denfair exhibition of our sister company The English Tapware Company, which showcased the hottest collection of Baths, Bathroomware, Hardware and Taps.
Denfair is Australia’s leading destination for contemporary design for professional designers, architects, interior stylists and design-lovers. This exhibition was held in Melbourne 20-22nd June 2019.
The newest ranges from The Water Monopoly, Joseph Giles and Oxford Grilles were launched, tantalising the senses and got the creative juices flowing!
We want to thank all the New Zealanders who stopped by to support the exhibition. Overall, there was a strong Kiwi presence at Denfair, with a contingent of over twenty In Residence clients visiting the stand. We look forward to following up with them to hear their thoughts!
The Design Institute of New Zealand also collaborated this year with Denfair co-founder Thibaud Cau-Cecile to celebrate some of New Zealand’s leading furniture designers and artistic collaborators.
DAY ONE - THURSDAY 20th JUNE - TRADE
Open from 10am - 8pm for professionals and their clients - it was bumper day welcoming clients through. From 6pm – 8pm DENFAIR offered up an award ceremony as well as an informal industry celebration with fellow exhibitors and industry peers.
DAY TWO - FRIDAY 21ST JUNE - TRADE
Open from 10am - 7pm for professionals and their clients. Another incredible day!
From 4.30-6.30pm on Friday 21st Happy Hour drinks were hosted and the new collections from The Water Monopoly, Joseph Giles and Oxford Grilles were celebrated. Sharing the experience and luxury of exceptional English design.
DAY THREE - SATURDAY - 22ND JUNE - PUBLIC
Open to professionals and the general public 10am – 5pm. An opportunity for all design enthusiasts to identify their favourite products and discover exciting new brands, whilst gaining an insight into what makes great design.
With a mouth-watering range of colours and bold curves, the Rockwell is in a league of its own.
The Rockwell is an all-inclusive range extending to matching bath, toilet and basin designs. In addition to the classic Snowdrop White, unique colour options are available for all pieces in Sherbet Yellow, Willow Green and Powder Blue.
Soho is an embodiment of the glamour and sleekness prevalent in early 20th century design.
Named after Soho, New York, this range allows for the same creativity and eclecticism that the once industrial 'cast-iron' neighbourhood now offers today.
Displaying strong form with understated dignity, the Soho bath, basins and wall-hung toilet and bidet are perfect for an individual, modern interior.
Take your bathroom to Paris with a truly romantic collection of baths and basins.
The Paris Collection captures the elegance and classic lines of the Belle Epoque, when design and architecture celebrated Art Nouveau, taking inspiration from the soft curves present in nature.
The distinctive streamlined form of the Lonsdale collection offers a sophisticated, timeless appeal.
This range appeals on so many levels; the Lonsdale basin has a spacious top surface and comes in three sizes to allow for consistent design throughout the project.
Joseph Giles Leather
We are proud to announce the release of beautiful handcrafted leather hardware collections by UK based company Joseph Giles.
The finest quality, sustainably and ethically sourced bridle leather is applied by highly skilled and experienced craftsmen to create unique and timeless designs. The gorgeous handles are hand stitched and leather wrapped for an authentic and personalised finish.
Joseph Giles has been influenced by its strong British heritage and this is certainly evident in the leather collections. With rich, masculine tones, this hardware will add a layer of warmth and luxury to both contemporary and traditional interiors.
Direct from the heart of the UK, Oxford Decorative Grilles are hand woven by a family who has spent generations mastering their art.
Combining old-school crimping and trimming machinery, quality brass and the concentration & dexterity of each weaver, there is no comparison.