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Commercial Supplier Unveils New Interactive Showroom

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With a nod to industrial style and featuring artwork by Australian artist Mike Makatron, Harvey Norman Commercial Victoria has unveiled a new state-of-the-art interactive space where clients can see, touch and compare products.

Designed exclusively for developers, architects and commercial builders, the space seamlessly delivers a high-end product experience, showcasing more than 1,800 products from over 85 leading brands.

Commercial director Glenda Bailey says that Harvey Norman saw an opportunity to create an interactive space for the commercial market.

“Our clients are at the core of everything we do, and we saw an opportunity to enable our clients to do business more easily and efficiently by offering a large format trade-only selection centre previously unavailable to Melbourne’s commercial market,” Bailey said.

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▲ Basins and the flying turtle. Artwork by Australian artist Mike Makatron.
▲ Basins and the flying turtle. Artwork by Australian artist Mike Makatron.


“Our vision was to create an interactive space where our clients can see, touch and compare their ideal appliances and fittings,” Bailey said.

“Steve Mooney and Travis Cheriton from design firm St Style brought this to life. We wanted a space that was strong on design and reflected Melbourne’s edgy industrial feel. For us, the details matter.

“This is even before we get to the outstanding products we sell or the dedicated experienced team we have of sales specialists, estimators and project coordinators that are facilitating our end to end project management, after sales and warranty experience.

“We see it as future-proofing the way we do business and ensuring we’re at the top of our game. I’m extremely proud of the overall result.”

▲ Commercial grade appliance display offering from brands Miele Professional, Smeg, Asko, Maytag, Speed Queen, Winterhalter, Classeq, Bromic and Skope.
▲ Commercial grade appliance display offering from brands Miele Professional, Smeg, Asko, Maytag, Speed Queen, Winterhalter, Classeq, Bromic and Skope.


Clients are certainly spoilt for choice, with eight generous speciality appliance displays from brands Miele, Smeg, Gaggenau, Siemens, Bosch, Fisher & Paykel, AEG and ILVE.

Other product offerings include five feature displays from Caroma, Clark, Seima, Streamline and Parisi and brands Astra Walker, Phoenix, Abey, Barben, Argent, Studio Bagno, ACL and Bathe.

The inclusion of a demonstration kitchen and commercial back-of-house kitchen transforms it into an ideal event-ready space for product launches, industry and brand presentations.

▲ Smeg’s specialty appliance display.
▲ Smeg’s specialty appliance display.


With state-of-the-art showrooms offered nationally through the Harvey Norman Commercial network, a best-in-class commercial brand experience is offered Australia-wide.

With showrooms located at Taren Point, Somersby and Nowra in New South Wales, Mitchell ACT, Mile End, in South Australia, Osborne Park in Western Australia, Stapylton and Warana in Queensland , Darwin Northern Territory and Cambridge Tasmania, Harvey Norman Commercial is an invaluable resource for all project requirements.

Click here for more details or to make an appointment at your nearest showroom.


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