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Liverpool Street Gallery

Established in September 2003 by the Gallery Director, James Erskine, Liverpool Street Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition and promotion of contemporary painting and sculpture by established and emerging artists.

The commercial gallery, by architect George Hatzisavas, was designed within the iconic 2 Kings Lane base building development designed by Engelen Moore Architects

The small Liverpool Street Gallery features just 50 square metres of exhibition space, allowing an intimate gallery experience

Inside, art buffs can find a range of contemporary paintings and sculptures created by both Australian and international artists.

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Andersen

Andersen

Minotti / Rodolfo Dordoni

It enjoys keeping its balance on the borderline between design and classical quality. A line which unites, rather than separating. Andersen bolsters intimacy when so requested by private occasions, s... More

Antenna Workspaces

Antenna Workspaces

Knoll Office / Antenna Design

Antenna Workspaces by Masamichi Udagawa and Sigi Moeslinger, principals of Antenna Design, is a new approach to workplace design that reflects the freedom and mobility people seek in today’s off... More

Chadwick Chair

Chadwick Chair

Knoll Office / Don Chadwick

Smart. Comfortable. Easy. Accessible. Just Right. Drawing upon 30 years experience in designing award-winning furniture, Don Chadwick has created a chair that is refreshingly simple. All-inclus...

York

York

Minotti / Rodolfo Dordoni

The York chair and Little Armchair are directly connected, as if the pencil that generated them stopped only after completing the design. A fluid and extremely natural movement, inspired by the pure, ... More

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