Justin Hatchett, left the corporate sector just 18 months ago to start up Green Furniture Hub and he’s on roll. His company that diverts office furniture from landfill has been operating for just 18 months and it’s growing – with staff and warehouses and a fleet of trucks in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Furniture and Fixtures
The trend for sustainable refits is on the up, says Paul Mead from Kernel Property. In the past six months, clients have been calling me rather than the other way around.“
The understated nature of the collection means you can imagine seeing in an office 10 years ago or 10 years into the future. And to make it so, each piece is built for easy disassembly, movement and repair.
Imagine a flat fee, just $250, to pick and choose the furniture and equipment you want from an office defit. Perfect for a new business or a very economical upgrade.
Majority Indigenous owned and staffed Winya has done office fitouts for large corporations and government offices including Lendlease, Telstra, the ATO and the Department of Defence.