Furniture to Complement a Cosmopolitan Lifestyle – HC28 Cosmo From Domo
Australia

Words Gigi Davidge
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HC28’s new Cosmo collection is a range of sophisticated and contemporary furniture designed, as the name suggests, to complement a cosmopolitan lifestyle.

HC28 prides itself on being one of the pioneering high-end modern furniture brands, blending Eastern and Western design principles to reflect a sense of refined and harmonious modernity. HC28 Cosmo offers a collection of bedroom, dining and living room furniture that reinterprets luxury in a minimalistic and modern style, one which is suited to a sophisticated, urban lifestyle. The inspiration for HC28 Cosmo’s stylish and elegant ethos was taken from New York City, in particular the view overlooking the Manhattan Highline – the elevated urban linear park which has become an icon of contemporary landscape architecture. Greater sophistication with this new collection has created the opportunity for custom dimensions and unique tailoring possibilities, in order to suit most styles and design intentions.

HC28 prides itself on being one of the pioneering high-end modern furniture brands.

For this collection, HC28 Cosmo has continued the trend to collaborate with many celebrated designers, including Christophe Delcourt, Yonoh, François Champsaur, Sebastian Herkner, Steve Leung and Frank Chou. Each designer shares the brand’s passion for a contemporary aesthetic and exceptional production. Cosmo uses only quality fabrics sourced from Italy and a refined portfolio of material and colour offerings is available.

Stand out pieces from the collection include the Gaudi Dining Table with its sculpture like arched metal base, drawing inspiration from neo-Gothic architecture, the Barry Sofa and Bed with its fluid and smooth lines, the Fugue Table Series, featuring delicate curves, oak textures and luxurious marble details, and the Cini Armchair, inheriting the flawless proportion of an 18th-century rattan armchair.

HC28 and HC28 Cosmo are available in Australia exclusively from DOMO.

Furthermore, the Rita Wine Cabinet offers a chic storage solution to any wine connoisseurs ’collection, while the H Bed can be lacquered in various colours to express one’s personal preference. The Lan Sofa’s simple outline, slim base and pure plump cushions ensure it is the focus of the living room, and the Moon Console, which takes its name from the phases of the moon, changes from new to full moon when the drawers are slid, while the CriCoffee Table features a stainless-steel frame supporting a delightful round top.

HC28 and HC28 Cosmo are available in Australia exclusively from DOMO – a distributor of some of the world’s most esteemed contemporary and classic luxury furniture brands. The latest collection of furniture and accessories is on display at all seven DOMO showrooms located across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria, including DOMO’s brand new Richmond showroom. DOMO is committed to curating beautiful spaces with quality designer pieces.

Published 15 March, 2021
Photography  DOMO, Tracey Lee Hayes & Dave Kulesza
Issue 05 Cover Grey
FEATURED IN THE LOCAL PROJECT PUBLICATION - ISSUE 05
The Local Project print publication was created to inspire, inform, entertain and engage through exclusively curated content.
Issue Nº5 of The Local Project print publication is the largest to date, with over 380 pages of local architecture and design. As well as new work from the likes of Kennedy Nolan, Edition Office, Tobias Partners, Adam Kane Architects and more, Issue 05 includes Gottlieb House, one of Wood Marsh Architecture’s first residential commissions, completed 30 years ago and unchanged to this day. Kew Residence by John Wardle Architects is also found in this issue. As the home John Wardle has occupied since 1990 and renovated three times, the project is a profound insight into the personal and professional history of one of Melbourne’s most lauded architects.
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