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Ramler supplies Fiji Marriott Resort Conference & Meeting Facilities

Marriott Fiji Momi Bay handpicked Ramler’s award-winning Connect Chair to offer premium conference facilities to international guests.

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Monash Welcomes New Student Accommodation

Contractor Multiplex has completed its sustainable student accommodation precinct at Monash University’s Peninsula campus in Frankston. After a year of construction, the eco-friendly residential building is now complete and has been built in line with Monash’s net zero carbon emissions strategy. The student building, which marked Multiplex’s first foray into cross-laminated timber construction (CLT), comprises 150 […]


QT Queenstown: Where mother nature meets modern design

The design brief for this project was to produce high-end furniture emanating the sexiness of the world-renowned QT lifestyle brand, and deliver the ultimate modern chill-out spot for pleasure seeking adventurers, families, and business travellers.


Editor of AMG reviews Four Points, Docklands

It takes more than an idea to innovate, more than a demand to design and more than a promise to produce truly essential works; and that’s exactly what Ramler International strives for when it takes on new projects.


Al Stark talks about his inspiration behind ‘Watery Night’

Prolific artist Al Stark talks about his recent mural in the foyer of Four Points by Sheraton, Docklands, Melbourne and about spatial dimensions and how to fill them.


Connect Banquet Chair Named ‘Best New Product’ and ‘Best in Show’ at HX

Designed specifically for the hospitality industry, the Connect Chair enables guests to conveniently plug in to a high-capacity USB port powered by a rechargeable power bank hidden beneath a removable side tray.


Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay

Ramler has just put the finishing touches to Sydney Harbour Marriott refurbishment, completing the $15 million facelift of its lobby and reception with a suite of new restaurant and bar offerings.


Three floors of design opulence at Kisumé, Melbourne

Kisume’s the three-story sleek fit-out feels as Manhattan as it does Melbourne. The collaboration between Ramler and Melbourne/Hong Kong-based designer Fabio Ongarato resulted in a moody, understated bunker where the brightest hues are limited to blond timber counters, burnished gold edging on the tables and matte bronze or gold light shades