Axolotl featured in Studio Becker’s Sydney showroom

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Axolotl glass surfaces on display at the Studio Becker showroom in Sydney.

Axolotl glass surfaces on display at the Studio Becker showroom in Sydney. Image: Paul Gosney

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Axolotl glass surfaces on display at the Studio Becker showroom in Sydney.

Axolotl glass surfaces on display at the Studio Becker showroom in Sydney. Image: Paul Gosney

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Studio Becker’s first Australian showroom now features bespoke glass pieces by Axolotl. 

Australian-based Axolotl manufactures decorative glass, metal and concrete surfaces for interior and exterior applications. Founded in 1995 by Kim and Kris Torma following years of research and development in metal application, the company now produces a wide range of products that combine the three materials. 

Axolotl worked with Dale Jones-Evans Architecture on the Studio Becker showroom and the glass products were chosen because they complemented Studio Becker’s contemporary style and high-quality standards.

International kitchen manufacturer Studio Becker produces furniture in a range of styles – from traditional to contemporary – and has the capacity to create handcrafted, custom cabinetry for single residential projects or to produce in large quantities for multi-unit projects. The company designs in Italy, manufactures in Germany and adminstrates in the US and prides itself with thoughtful design, attention to detail and European engineering and craftsmanship.

The glass products featured in the showroom are from the Veil, Miro, Lustre and Mirror collections.


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