Futuristic design

Make a design statement with home theatre furniture from Cibo Design
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Furniture used to house home theatre equipment needs to be considered in context to the overall design of the room. If the cabinetry is not specifically designed for this purpose, it can ruin the look of your interior design.

Former builder Darrin Ingleton and cabinet-maker Peter Ricketts combined their design skills to form Cibo Design, crafting home theatre furniture that not only makes a statement in any room but also has design integrity.

The emphasis is on proportion, form and structure, says Ingleton. "The intellectual and aesthetic challenges of building are similar in furniture design, it's just expressed differently."


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Cibo designs are minimalist, almost futuristic, being crafted to allow homeowners the freedom to create inspiring living environments that reflect their lifestyle.

Quality is the key, says Ricketts, who honed his skills cabinet-making for the English gentry. "Today, I find clean lines and minimalism very appealing."

In 10 years, Cibo Design has become well-known in Australia for its cabinetry design. The furniture is stylish yet functional, being designed to accommodate audio-visual equipment cables and provide heat ventilation.

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For further details, contact Cibo Design, phone 02 9939 4434. Or visit the company's website at www.cibodesign.com.au.

Dec 07, 2004
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