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Trade Me HQAuckland, 2020 | Jasmax

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Trade Me’s vibrant new Auckland office reflects the brand’s youthful, quirky reputation – using a mix of retro, modern and daring use of colour to create something that’s interesting, surprising, fun and full of personality.

In keeping with this ethos of uniqueness, UFL worked with Jasmax to select and supply iconic European furniture pieces to add to the eclectic setting.

Artifort’s Tulip Midi chairs by Pierre Paulin haven’t aged a day since their original release in 1960. Also from Artifort, Geoffrey Harcourt’s 1970 interpretation of the chaise longue provides a comfy sofa with a creative silhouette. The eye-catching ripples of the Artifort Tongue chair is a fun seating option that doubles as colourful sculpture.  

For the collaborative café space, the Africa stool designed by Eugeni Quitllet for Vondom is elegant and comfortable, without losing a sense of play, thanks to its simple, natural form and colour options.

Throughout the workspace, generous collaborative zones encourage interaction, while a creative mix of materials, colours, lighting and furniture play on the idea that everyone sees spaces and objects differently, and take away a different story.



Designers: Jasmax | Photography Credit: Sam Hartnett

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