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When did baresque start making interior design products?

When did baresque start making interior design products?

In 2007, Baresque expanded into local manufacturing and fabrication of an extensive range of architectural products offering clients flexibility and short lead times. In 2015, Baresque expanded internationally and is currently working through distributors in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Singapore and Korea.

What kind of resin is lightblocks board made of?

Lightblocks Board is a matt, 3-30mm thick, fully refinishable resin with a soft touch. It is also finger print proof. Lightblocks Board is a fully refinishable, matt, finger print proof resin with a soft touch.

How many pieces are in a plastic block?

You’ll get 120 pieces, which includes poles and connectors that can be configured into countless structural designs. This is the perfect toy to get kids up and active. You’ll get 120 pieces, which includes poles and connectors that can be configure… .

Where are the baresque stores located in Australia?

Founded in 1975, Baresque is Australia’s premier distributor of wallcoverings (including wallpaper), fabrics, architectural finishes and acoustics with offices Australia-wide in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide.


What kind of manufacturing system does baresque use?

This particular design is one of our most popular from our Zintra patterns range called Fishbone with designs from classic to contemporary to choose from. Baresque manufacturing has systems in place to reuse, recycle where possible and responsibly manage manufacturing waste.

Can you use baresque filters to be inspired?

Baresque is a proven industry leader and can provide you with the inspiration you need. Use the filters below to be inspired by product type, brand, material application or check out some of the awesome projects we have been involved with. Enjoy!

How is upholstery sewn in baresque manufacturing?

Baresque manufacturing showing after the fabric pattern pieces are sewn together, the carcasses are foamed and the upholstery is pulled over the top and stapled into place. The process is similar to creating garments but bulkier and requires more muscle to physically handle pieces!