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Case22 Byron Bay showroom launch with special guest speaker Mr Jason Grant

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Mid-century furniture specialists Case22 are opening the doors to their brand-new showroom, nestled in a laneway within the industrial estate, with a weekend of festivities. Guest speaker Grant (pictured above) will fly in from Bondi for the launch event to discuss mid-century modern styling with guests, and visitors to the showroom over the course of the weekend will have the chance to enter Case22’s launch competition, which will put them in the draw to win an Eames Rocking Chair valued at $750.

Grant, a regular visitor to the northern rivers, has a longstanding relationship with Kimberly Amos, owner of The Atlantic lifestyle hotel. The pair have styled many shoots onsite, which can be seen in Jason’s second publication Holiday at Home. Now only months away from releasing his third book Modern Retro Home, which takes a look at mid-century modern styling, Grant is set to influence the coveted style in his own unique way.

Owners Kincade Wilks and Aaron Treloar have operated their business from Wollongong since 2012 and have recently arrived in Byron Bay to open their second showroom in the Arts and Industry Estate. Their collection of sourced furniture and objects from an array of designers such as Charles Rennie Macintosh and Frank Gehry is impressive. Whether it’s buying, selling or hiring out their range of fine vintage, mid-century and modern designs, the pieces in Case22’s carefully curated portfolio promise to reflect the originality and uniqueness of this celebrated era of design.

‘We felt that inviting Jason Grant to speak at the launch event was the perfect way to kick off Case22’s journey here in Byron Bay,’ said Mr Wilks. ‘We would invite everyone to be a part of this milestone in Case22’s history and share in what will be a significant contribution to the world of mid-century interior design Down Under.’

Case22 will soon be joining the exclusive 1st Dibs marketplace as one of the few Australian retailers available on the site, helping put Byron Bay on the map as a destination for unique furniture finds. The website handpicks dealers in fine treasures from around the globe and has become known as the destination for big players in the design world, used by the likes of Robert Couturier, Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford.

More info: The Case22 launch event is open to the public. Saturday 24 June 2017, 3.30–5pm. Studio 2/8 Grevillea St, Byron Bay Arts & Industry Estate. www.case22.com.au. www.facebook.com/case22byronbay

Kincade - owner of Case22

Case22 owners Kincade Wilks (pictured above) and Aaron Treloar have recently moved to Byron Bay from Wollongong to open their second gallery. 

 

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Join renowned ‘super stylist’ and creative talent Mr Jason Grant (pictured above) to celebrate the launch of Case22’s Byron Bay showroom.


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