Chairity

INHAABIT is proud to be part of the Chairity Project, an exciting event that invites Australian designers to reinterpet iconic chair designs. After a five year hiatus, Cult Design have assembled a talented team of 18 designers and will donate proceeds to chairities including the Cancer Council, Australian Red Cross, Vinnies, Greening Australia and Gunawirra.

Designers will be auctioning their creations via the Chairity website with the online auction running from 17th March – 3rd April. The physical designs will also be on display at Cult Design’s Melbourne showroom between the 17th – 20th March and move to HAY Sydney from the 28th March – 3rd April.

“After a what has been a challenging two years, we can think of no better initiative to re-instate after a five-year hiatus, than one that is centred around collaboration, creativity and a charitable
cause”,  explains Richard Munao, Cult Founder and Director.

With reknown designers such as Adam Goodrum, Tom Fereday, Zachary Hanna and many more participating, Chairity is a remarkable event with a big heart. INHAABIT is participating as a website development sponsor alongside HAY, NHO, Design by Toko, Fiona Susanto, Cathy Marshall, Hunter & Co, Inbox Moving Services and Cantina Ok!

Visit the Chairity website

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