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Photo – courtesy of Dowel Jones.

Dowel Jones Take 'Clubhouse' to Sydney

8th August, 2017

After huge success in Melbourne, Dowel Jones have partnered with Catapult to take their unique design showcase north!

Open in Sydney until August 12th, Dowel Jones’ Clubhouse showcases an array of new pieces from the Melbourne-based designers, set alongside their existing range of brilliant, locally-designed-and-manufactured products.

The industrious duo of Dale Hardiman and Adam Lynch have built a truly remarkable business in just four years. We’ve long been drawn to their  fun, lighthearted, yet distinctly utilitarian design approach, and the opportunity to see all of their furniture, lighting and object designs to date is not to be missed!

‘We see Clubhouse as an opportunity to present our entire collections in one place, and also for viewers to see our brand in it’s entirety, and not as a single chair or bar stool,’ tells Dale. ‘Clubhouse is generally an appointment-only affair, where visitors can book walkthroughs, allowing us to explain the narratives behind each of the pieces. We find that as we present commercial furniture, lighting and accessories, it’s become more important for us to find opportunities to tell the complete story of why and how we’ve designed something.’

Read our full interview with Dale about Clubhouse Melbourne, here.

‘Clubhouse’ by Dowel Jones
Catapult Design Warehouse
The Ultimo Centre, Level W2, Unit 6
42 Wattle Street, Ultimo, Sydney

To book a walkthrough and meeting at Clubhouse, click here. Time slots are for smaller groups (20 minutes) and for larger groups (40 minutes). 

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