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10 Jul 2018

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Gorsia Design has launched!

Gorsia design was officially launched to the industry and Australia in Southbank last month, opening Melbourne’s newest showroom for luxury bespoke furniture on Wednesday, June 6.

Alongside founder and designer Jay Gorsia, American architect Michael Feibrich of Michaeal Fiebrich Design hosted the event.

The lights were turned on and Gorsia Design was officially launched to guests who enjoyed beautiful French champagne, caviar and oysters to the sounds of opera.

Guests included David and Yuge Bromley from Bromley and Co, international lighting designer Ilda Pires from Serip Lighting, HBA design director Margaret Brown, Fender Katsalidis associate director Valerie Mack, Elevli Plus director Hakan Elevli and IMA director Robert Ficarra.

International companies such as Plus Architecture and Elenberg Fraser were also represented on the night.

Jay Gorsia said: “I was very excited with the response we received and am personally looking forward to working on an array of diverse projects.”

“Why Southbank? Because of the rich melting pot of cultures, art, theatre and its exclusivity yet close proximity to the central city– It’s the happening place to be. It’s always best to start in a place that’s trendy, inviting and why not start in the world’s most liveable city.”

Gorsia Design is located at 18 Fanning St, Southbank. For more information on in-house consultation visits phone 9681 4061 or visit gorsiadesign.com.au to view the range.

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