Rivalry Urbanwear SA, Australia (2016)

Rivalry Urbanwear’s shoes and clothing store at Elizabeth Shopping Centre in South Australia now features Forum Seats.

Customers can use the stylish back-to-back four-seater Forums, powder-coated in Palladium Silver, to slip on their new kicks.

“I absolutely love the chairs and I am very happy with how they look in store,” says interior designer Ashleigh Barry.

“They look fantastic in the overall theme of the store.

“Thank you for your help along the way,” she adds, “you made it very easy for me to arrange what I was after.”

Paul Johnson, Business Development Manager for Street Furniture Australia in South Australia, says the project highlights Forum’s versatility to suit many applications.

“The seats are very at home in a retail environment,” he says.

“They are a quality seat, made to a high standard, and can be powder-coated to match a brand’s colour scheme.”

 

Rivalry Urbanwear’s shoes and clothing store at Elizabeth Shopping Centre in South Australia now features Forum Seats.

Customers can use the stylish back-to-back four-seater Forums, powder-coated in Palladium Silver, to slip on their new kicks.

“I absolutely love the chairs and I am very happy with how they look in store,” says interior designer Ashleigh Barry.

“They look fantastic in the overall theme of the store.

“Thank you for your help along the way,” she adds, “you made it very easy for me to arrange what I was after.”

Paul Johnson, Business Development Manager for Street Furniture Australia in South Australia, says the project highlights Forum’s versatility to suit many applications.

“The seats are very at home in a retail environment,” he says.

“They are a quality seat, made to a high standard, and can be powder-coated to match a brand’s colour scheme.”

 

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