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Classic 19th & 20th C and contemporary 21st C designs suitable for casual or formal cafe and restaurant dining, office seating in breakout areas, and numerous public seating applications including libraries, churches, educational institutions, and airports.

Custom-made to order, our sofas are designed with longevity in mind. Made in New Zealand with superior foam, framing and feather, our designs can be sized to suit your interior and suit both leather & fabric.

Designer barstools for commercial and residential interiors including designs by Alvar Aalto, Ettore Sottsass, Philippe Stark, Pepe Cortez, Marco Maran and Chris Connell.

A mix of international and local designs made in New Zealand. Small and large scale seating for residential interiors, including leather sofas and custom sizes.

Upholstered banquettes and booths are a worthwhile investment for any commercial seating area and can enhance both the visual 'warmth' of a space, and the acoustic environment.

A comprehensive range of tables & bar leaners suitable for commercial interiors. Indoor and outdoor designs available with New Zealand manufactured tops custom-made to order. Bespoke timber bar leaners and tables made using sustainable materials.

Coffee Tables suitable for commercial interiors. Classic European or contemporary designer coffee tables available in a range of custom sizes and finishes.

Our custom joinery is manufactered locally to client requirements or imported from Europe. Furniture includes built-in or freestanding pieces for residential environments including sideboards, shelving, beds and storage.

Designer outdoor furniture suitable for commercial and residential exterior spaces.

Every Armadillo&Co rug purchase provides employment and helps sustain an industry of ancient craftsmanship, supports education and local schools in their weavers’ villages and builds brighter futures for children in underprivileged communities.

Classic lighting designed by Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto, between 1937 - 1959.

The Aalto vase dates back to 1936 and was first presented at the Paris World Fair the following year. Its fluid, organic form is still mouth blown today at the Iittala factory.