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Founded in 2010 by Hemang Savla, Crank Furniture has built an unrivalled reputation in Australia for Modern Industrial, Mid-Century Classic, Retro and Post-Industrial Revolution Furniture.
After completing his Masters in Luxury Brand Management from E.S.S.E.C, Paris, Hemang gained valuable experience working & living between Paris, New York and Mumbai; associated with Fashion, Fine Jewelry and New Business Development for India’s leading fashion brand, Benzer, & Future Group – one of India’s largest Retail Conglomerate.
In September 2010, Hemang migrated to Australia and participated at a leading Trade Fair in Sydney with a sincere attempt at offering differentiated, quality Furniture to Café & Restaurant owners & Furniture Retailers.

Like any (and every) new business, it takes a bit of luck, many sleepless nights, a lot of hard work, months and months of patience to get that first required break.
That break came in late 2011, when the promoters of a new age café situated in the warehouse district of Alexandria in Sydney, entrusted Crank Furniture to create an entire range of be-spoke Industrial pieces (Coffee Counters, Cast Iron Dining Tables, Industrial Style seating, Outdoor Garden Furniture, Display Trolleys and Carts) for their project.
We delivered. A Sydney Icon, The Grounds of Alexandria, was born. And that also began the mark of Crank Furniture’s journey in Australia.

Today, Crank Furniture manufactures & supplies an exclusive range of tables and cast iron bases to reputed clients in USA, UK, France, Germany and Scandinavia.
Bombay Trading is an extension of our love for Furniture that aims to deliver good living at home.
Mesh Furniture range is inspired from the eclectic streets of Paris & natural tranquil beauty of the Mediterranean that weaves together an age-old tradition of furniture manufacturing with craftsmanship.
Today, our furniture is specified by Australia’s leading Interior Designers & Architects and can be seen at many prominent venues across the World.

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