Artedomus is Australia’s leading supplier of unique, high quality stone, tiles, architectural surfaces, bathware and furniture for commercial and residential architectural projects.
Artedomus been searching for, and sourcing, unique stones, tiles, architectural surfaces and products from around the world and introducing them to Australia for close to 30 years. Founded in Perth in 1985 as Domus Ceramics, the company was built to import exclusive Italian floor and wall finishes to Australia with a focus on sourcing unique products that have a simple and natural intrinsic beauty; shunning short-term fashions and trends. With this philosophy and resulting outstanding product offering, Artedomus has become a source of reference and inspiration for leading architects and designers.
With its origins proudly based in Perth, Artedomus opens the doors to its unique, 1959 Hobbs Winning and Leighton designed building at 837 Wellington Street at the inaugural Contemporary Wine In Design event to celebrate all things Agape.
Explore this little West Perth design oasis and see the latest beautiful Agape products and design classics from luminaries like Patricia Urquiola, Gwenael Nicholas (of Curiosity), Angelo Mangiarotti, Benedini Associati and their stellar design alumni, all beautifully complemented with verdant installations by Rebecca Grace at Natural Art.
The CWID day starts with an invite only Artedomus Amici function at 10am where you can meet up with friends and colleagues and get your day underway with great coffee and gourmet breakfast treats from Gordon Street Garage.
There’s more inspiration in-store throughout the day including Contemporary’s Westward Ho! Seminar Series. Artedomus is hosting the thought-provoking seminar ‘Go West!’ at 12.30pm addressing infrastructure investment & the impact of the A&D community on WA tourism, debated by leaders in the industry including including Michael Woodhams, Phillip Griffiths, Jack Flanagan and Neil Cownie:
With the increased investment in Western Australia’s cultural and civil infrastructure, we have to ask what our A+D community is doing that seems to be getting the world’s attention. Tourism on the West Coast is growing from strength to strength annually, and the unique skyline of Perth is luring visitors from all over the globe. What did A+D do that has helped make Perth an international destination? How have they done this? Or, simply, why?
You want unique? They’ll be serving up highly-regarded, hard-to-get, hand-crafted boutique wine from L.A.S Vino (the latest young gun from Margaret River) and an enticing antipasti spread while you earn formal CPD points.
Artedomus is throwing open the doors of their unique 1959 Hobbs Winning & Leighton designed building at 837 Wellngton Street, all day. Discover this little West Perth design oasis and experience the uniquely textured world of Artedomus with the latest exclusive designs from Agape bathware, artisan tiles from INAX Japan, award winning Maximum Porcelain Panels and exclusive natural stone, all sourced from around the world. The national Artedomus team has flown in to show you all the latest Artedomus finds and they love talking design and product solutions – they may even show you around the brand new (very extensive) Artedomus website. Enjoy great Toby’s Estate coffee, beautiful boutique wine and delicious antipasto delights to keep your energy up for you big design day out. Drop in any time. There’s plenty of parking on Wellington and Gordon Streets (with the large Watertown carpark across the road), or if you’re taking advantage of the CWID event buses, there is a dedicated stop directly out the front of the showroom.
To find out more on what Artedomus and the rest of the Official Exhibitors are bringing to Contemporary Wine In Design, be sure to register now.