Designer furniture, the Australian way

Coco Republic has hit our shores and the eclectic global aesthetic is appealing to designers and clients alike...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team
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Coco Republic has hit our shores and the eclectic global aesthetic is appealing to designers and clients alike. With a fresh take on in-store interior design as well as dual specialities in both commercial and residential design, we spoke to Coco Republic to find out who and what’s behind this dream team. 

For Anthony Spon-Smith, the man behind the now revered Australian designer furniture brand Coco Republic, opening a new store is always a highly anticipated event. But when the doors of Coco Republic’s first New Zealand store opened in the new Westfield Newmarket in September, the results could never have been predicted.

 

“After being open only a few weeks, we’ve seen such an amazing response - one that rivals no other store opening around the world,” Anthony says. “Having opened more than 20 stores for Coco Republic, I’ve never seen anything like this before. There are consistently hundreds of people in store at any one time.”

 

So why the instant popularity of this Australian designer furniture and homewares retailer?

Arguably one of the most diverse offerings available in New Zealand in terms of well-priced designer pieces, Coco Republic offers a unique and eclectic aesthetic. “Based on the research we’ve done, I think what is appealing to the New Zealand market is that we bring something new and something fresh.”

It’s not simply the calibre of the pieces though, many of which are designed by Anthony himself. It’s the notion of what an offering like this has to give to the New Zealand market that’s entirely unique.

 

With an incredibly diverse range in terms of style and price point, the specialist in-house interior design consultants offer a full and detailed design service. “This allows for people working with a large range of styles and budgets to find suitable pieces and work with a designer to create a unique and individualised design scheme for their home,” Anthony says.

 

Covering everything from art to outdoor furniture and everything in between, the Coco Republic style is inspired by a global aesthetic traversing classic to contemporary. “The beauty of this is that there’s something for everyone and a way to create your own personal style from the globally-inspired ranges.”

The in-store design service is a flexible offering, with designers able to travel to site visits around the country to develop schemes in line with bespoke briefs. Alternatively, local customers can work directly with in-store designers. Coco Republic also offers short and long-term home staging rentals, a wholesale division and specialist commercial fitout services. 

 

Make sure you pop by the new Coco Republic store in Westfield Newmarket or visit them on ArchiPro here to find out more about this fresh take on designer furniture and homewares.

Anthony Spon-Smith, Creative Director for Coco Republic
Anthony Spon-Smith, Creative Director for Coco Republic

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Designer furniture, the Australian way

Coco Republic has hit our shores and the eclectic global aesthetic is appealing to designers and clients alike...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team
Created with sketchtool.
Created with sketchtool.

Coco Republic has hit our shores and the eclectic global aesthetic is appealing to designers and clients alike. With a fresh take on in-store interior design as well as dual specialities in both commercial and residential design, we spoke to Coco Republic to find out who and what’s behind this dream team. 

For Anthony Spon-Smith, the man behind the now revered Australian designer furniture brand Coco Republic, opening a new store is always a highly anticipated event. But when the doors of Coco Republic’s first New Zealand store opened in the new Westfield Newmarket in September, the results could never have been predicted.

 

“After being open only a few weeks, we’ve seen such an amazing response - one that rivals no other store opening around the world,” Anthony says. “Having opened more than 20 stores for Coco Republic, I’ve never seen anything like this before. There are consistently hundreds of people in store at any one time.”

 

So why the instant popularity of this Australian designer furniture and homewares retailer?

Arguably one of the most diverse offerings available in New Zealand in terms of well-priced designer pieces, Coco Republic offers a unique and eclectic aesthetic. “Based on the research we’ve done, I think what is appealing to the New Zealand market is that we bring something new and something fresh.”

It’s not simply the calibre of the pieces though, many of which are designed by Anthony himself. It’s the notion of what an offering like this has to give to the New Zealand market that’s entirely unique.

 

With an incredibly diverse range in terms of style and price point, the specialist in-house interior design consultants offer a full and detailed design service. “This allows for people working with a large range of styles and budgets to find suitable pieces and work with a designer to create a unique and individualised design scheme for their home,” Anthony says.

 

Covering everything from art to outdoor furniture and everything in between, the Coco Republic style is inspired by a global aesthetic traversing classic to contemporary. “The beauty of this is that there’s something for everyone and a way to create your own personal style from the globally-inspired ranges.”

The in-store design service is a flexible offering, with designers able to travel to site visits around the country to develop schemes in line with bespoke briefs. Alternatively, local customers can work directly with in-store designers. Coco Republic also offers short and long-term home staging rentals, a wholesale division and specialist commercial fitout services. 

 

Make sure you pop by the new Coco Republic store in Westfield Newmarket or visit them on ArchiPro here to find out more about this fresh take on designer furniture and homewares.

Anthony Spon-Smith, Creative Director for Coco Republic
Anthony Spon-Smith, Creative Director for Coco Republic

Get in touch with
Coco Republic

Request pricing/info
Visit website
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Designer furniture, the Australian way

Coco Republic has hit our shores and the eclectic global aesthetic is appealing to designers and clients alike...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team
Created with sketchtool.
Created with sketchtool.

Coco Republic has hit our shores and the eclectic global aesthetic is appealing to designers and clients alike. With a fresh take on in-store interior design as well as dual specialities in both commercial and residential design, we spoke to Coco Republic to find out who and what’s behind this dream team. 

For Anthony Spon-Smith, the man behind the now revered Australian designer furniture brand Coco Republic, opening a new store is always a highly anticipated event. But when the doors of Coco Republic’s first New Zealand store opened in the new Westfield Newmarket in September, the results could never have been predicted.

 

“After being open only a few weeks, we’ve seen such an amazing response - one that rivals no other store opening around the world,” Anthony says. “Having opened more than 20 stores for Coco Republic, I’ve never seen anything like this before. There are consistently hundreds of people in store at any one time.”

 

So why the instant popularity of this Australian designer furniture and homewares retailer?

Arguably one of the most diverse offerings available in New Zealand in terms of well-priced designer pieces, Coco Republic offers a unique and eclectic aesthetic. “Based on the research we’ve done, I think what is appealing to the New Zealand market is that we bring something new and something fresh.”

It’s not simply the calibre of the pieces though, many of which are designed by Anthony himself. It’s the notion of what an offering like this has to give to the New Zealand market that’s entirely unique.

 

With an incredibly diverse range in terms of style and price point, the specialist in-house interior design consultants offer a full and detailed design service. “This allows for people working with a large range of styles and budgets to find suitable pieces and work with a designer to create a unique and individualised design scheme for their home,” Anthony says.

 

Covering everything from art to outdoor furniture and everything in between, the Coco Republic style is inspired by a global aesthetic traversing classic to contemporary. “The beauty of this is that there’s something for everyone and a way to create your own personal style from the globally-inspired ranges.”

The in-store design service is a flexible offering, with designers able to travel to site visits around the country to develop schemes in line with bespoke briefs. Alternatively, local customers can work directly with in-store designers. Coco Republic also offers short and long-term home staging rentals, a wholesale division and specialist commercial fitout services. 

 

Make sure you pop by the new Coco Republic store in Westfield Newmarket or visit them on ArchiPro here to find out more about this fresh take on designer furniture and homewares.

Anthony Spon-Smith, Creative Director for Coco Republic
Anthony Spon-Smith, Creative Director for Coco Republic

Get in touch with
Coco Republic

Request pricing/info
Visit website
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