Living Edge Sydney Showroom


Welcome to Living Edge Sydney.


Journey through our flagship showroom, where iconic and contemporary design seamlessly converge over two levels. Our Sydney showroom has been meticulously curated to present a diverse range of iconic furniture and lighting designs from renowned international and Australian designers. The showroom features stunning displays that seamlessly blend functionality, innovation, and aesthetics, providing visitors with a glimpse into the future of interior design.

Visit Our Flagship Showroom


The Woolstores Shed 74, 4D Huntley Street,
Alexandria NSW 2015

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+61 2 9640 5600

Trading Hours:
Monday - Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 4:00pm

Anzac Day Public Holiday:
Thursday, 25th April 2024: Closed


Access and parking:
The Woolstores precinct is located off Huntley Street, near Bourke Road and in close proximity to The Grounds of Alexandria. Off-street parking is available next to the showroom.

Located in Sydney's bustling Alexandria, the showroom is a stunning transformation of a 1940s wool store into a dynamic space that celebrates design.

About Woolstores

Woolsheds History

Building History

The Alexandra Canal, formerly known as Shea's Creek, once hosted an impressive concentration of approximately 250 woolsheds that were originally built as a storage and export facility for wool during World War II. Over time, numerous woolsheds faced deterioration and were ultimately demolished, however three woolsheds stood out due to their remarkable condition leading to their classification as heritage buildings in 2005.

Image from the collections of the State Library of New South Wales [d2_09404 / GPO2 09404] (Mitchell Library)

Showroom Design

The two-level 1900m2 showroom was designed by Woods Bagot led by Domenic Alvaro and Todd Hammond, featuring double-height displays that serve as a striking backdrop for the furniture. To ensure the preservation of the building's history, the original structure including exposed timber trusses were restored while seamlessly being integrating into the contemporary design. The showroom opened on February 10th 2015.


A Wine Wall of Distinction

An extensive Libreria Del Vino installation anchors the hospitality area of the Alexandria showroom and provides storage for over a thousand wine bottles. The depth and texture of hand finished corten was selected to complement the aged patina of the building’s predominantly timber original structure. Combined with a formed concrete bar and polished concrete flooring, the result is a refined aesthetic.


Living Edge Wine Wall
Living Edge Commercial Showroom

Embracing A Design Legacy

Clients and guests are warmly greeted at the level one Living Edge commercial showroom by a captivating history wall adorned with design icons. This exceptional display features notable pieces such as the iconic Eames splint, alongside a meticulously preserved 40-year-old Eames Lounge and Ottoman.


Work Spaces in Action

The level one commercial showroom and Living Edge headquarters was reimagined by the Living Edge Design Studio in 2021. Enriching workspaces with an artful touch, the Design Studio team expertly implemented Herman Miller's Living Office plan, crafting a thoughtfully designed floorplan that showcases a remarkable selection of premium commercial furniture. Each area serves a distinct purpose to support workplace productivity and collaboration.


Meet Our Dedicated Team

Our passionate and knowledgeable team of design experts is always on hand to guide you through the showroom, providing personalised recommendations and insights to help you create spaces that reflect your unique personality and lifestyle. We believe that exceptional design should not only be aesthetically pleasing but also enhance your everyday living experience.


Living Edge staff

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Living Edge Sydney Commercial Showroom
Living Edge acknowledges the Traditional
Owners of Country throughout Australia.
We pay our respects to Elders past and present.