In Conversation

We sat down with Leonard Georgopolous, Managing Director of Arthur G Furniture, to discuss his vision, Arthur G’s future, and their place in Australia’s rich design lexicon. Our recent collaboration with Arthur G furniture arose from a request to style a luxury property in Melbourne’s southeast. Our partnership with this iconic Australian brand during this project allowed us to showcase a selection of Arthur G’s timeless pieces in a stunning setting.

In conversation...

In a few words, can you describe Arthur G’s overriding sense of style?

Sophisticated, timeless & classic.

Where does design inspiration come from at Arthur G?

Design Inspiration comes from within us as individuals. We live and breathe furniture design here at Arthur G, which is very much the catalyst for driving our inspiration.

Arthur G has recently collaborated with designer Diane Bergeron, can you talk about this and why collaboration is essential?

The collaboration came about as we felt Diane offered a design aesthetic that complements our existing range. She also has a real appreciation for strong workmanship, which is an essential part of what we do. We are also like-minded when it comes to our outlook on the interiors industry.


“A recent collaboration with designer Diane Bergeron has resulted in a boutique range of sofas, chairs, beds and ottomans, that walk an elegant line between Hollywood Regency and sleek Modernism.”
— Cooper Robinson

In a competitive space, what sets Arthur G apart?

Our brand story is what sets us apart, which is built on being Australian designed and Australian manufactured for almost 40 years.

A recent (or significant) milestone for Arthur G?

It will be our 40th anniversary next year, which will be our most significant milestone yet. That's forty years of Australian design and manufacturing.

 

Vision for the future?

Our plan is to continue to promote Australian design as well as focusing on organic growth within the Australian Market.

To learn more about the Arthur G story, click here.

 
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