Lockdowns are over and hospitality is back in business. It’s time to celebrate the return of our cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and hotels that are such a key part of the Australian way of life. It’s great to have you back!

Following are our latest hospitality projects featuring obodo products. We currently have extensive holdings of stock on-hand including commercial chairs and stools to give your business a new-look for the good times ahead.

ZAG BAR STOOL

The Zag bar stool adds a sleek and contemporary look to the La Bomba Cafe, Potts Point, designed by Guru Projects. Defined by its “Z” shaped profile, the stackable Zag collection features sturdy sled leg frame, a fully upholstered seat and back, complimenting the soft curves of the frame.

THE LIBERTY CHAIR

Bar Lune, is a sleek new neighbourhood wine bar in South Australia, featuring the Liberty chair from Italian-made obodo brand Calligaris. With it’s classic design, the chair is a great polypropylene option for hospitality spaces which is also lightweight and stackable.

RESONATE CHAIRS & TABLES

obodo has stock of the Resonate chairs and tables in black and white which can also be powdercoated locally in any colour! The range is specially designed for commercial, indoor and outdoor spaces and the chairs conveniently stack for easy mobility and storage. As seen here looking splendid out the front of Moby Cafe in Armadale, Victoria designed by We Are Huntly.

THE JADE STOOL

A stylish, contemporary stool that brings together and elegance that makes the Jade Stool an easy choice for any space. As seen at the Stem Restaurant in Adelaide, designed by Sans Arc.

THE SLING RANGE

The Sling range succinctly combines ergonomics and function, characterised by its moulded plywood seat shell neatly nestled into the supporting steel frame. Thy Thy Restaurant in Melbourne, designed by ZWEI, features the Sling Chair, a minimal yet inherently robust construction and being stackable, its ideal for hospitality, residential and commercial settings.

CUSTOMISED TABLE FRAMES & TOPS

Designed by Geyer, The Star staff cafeteria features a range of fully customised steel table frames with custom powdercoat finish and compact laminate tabletops.

TRACE CHAIRS

Designed by Jaws Architects, 1830 Restaurant and Bar in Port Arthur, TAS, sustainably showcases local joiners and materials with contemporary furniture from obodo. Inspired by the subtle idea of tracing the outline of a chair with a continuous line, Trace is characterised by a continuous steel rod frame and an ergonomically formed leather sling seat and back.