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Limitless

Rinke Design is based in the heart of Newmarket, which is located at 5 Kingdon Street, Newmarket, Auckland.

Limitless has showrooms in Amsterdam, London, New York, Chicago, Toronto, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Dubai and exclusively at Rinke Design Ltd Auckland.

Exclusive to Rinke design, LIMITLESS holds a vast collection of furniture designed from Europe.

The LIMITLESS collection is a perfect combination of high quality, design, comfort and craftsmanship. In a wonderful blend of modern materials such as wood, glass, acrylics, steel and aluminium.
Harmonic shapes with elegant details.

LIMITLESS is for the individual who does not choose because it´s a brand but who chooses because it´s design.
Simple and quiet or candidly bold, but always unique and of very strong design ánd very complete: the collection contains furniture to sit at or on (chairs, tables, bar stools), to lie in (beds) and to work on (desks).
For this European collections we have chosen fabrics of Christian Fischbacher, Lelièvre and Designers Guild. The LIMITless range is produced according to European quality standards

Your lifestyle could be LIMITless too...


To find out more, please visit www.rinkedesign.com


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