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About UFL Group

UFL Group specialise in the supply of high end architectural contract and residential furniture. We are a New Zealand owned and operated business with origins beginning over 40 years when founder and current CEO, Raymond Reesby opened Nova Interiors, New Zealand's first major interiors company. Today, UFL Group combine significant years of industry knowledge and extensive experience to offer an eclectic mix of some of the world's best furniture combined with a locally produced range of products.

Providing timeless solutions for designers and their clients, UFL Group assists in creating inspiring environments for corporate, educational, hospitality and residential projects with a carefully selected range of the world's most superior furniture.

We pride ourselves on offering a unique supply package including design support, planning and prototype services through to final product installation and full after sales services and product maintenance.

Central to UFL Group is our commitment to quality. From the quality of our designers and manufacturers to our service the performance, and most of all the quality of the relationships we form with our customers.


UFL Group's product collection is a carefully selected range of furniture, lighting and accessories from some of the world's most inspiring designers and manufacturers from Italy, Spain, Japan and Australia. Our wide range of furniture complements both commercial and residential spaces and includes lounge and dining chairs, office seating, barstools, sofas, tables, outdoor furniture, lighting, rubbish bins and other accessories. We offer locally designed in-house brands of made in New Zealand products, as well as manufacturing many European designs in New Zealand under a licence agreement.

UFL Group exclusively represents the following renowned international design houses: Andreu World - Arper - Axona Aichi - Capdell - Derlot - Enea - Horm - Luxy - Lzf-Lamps - Mobles 114 - Nanimarquina - Sancal - Sellex - Verzelloni. This unique combination of local and overseas furniture gives UFL Group an extensive range of product to suit all tastes and budgets. Visit our catalogue to view.


UFL Group undertakes projects nationwide and provides specially tailored furniture solutions to residential and commercial market sectors including: corporate, educational, hospitality, theatres, auditoriums, courthouses, cruise ships and ferry terminals. We also operate as a 'one-stop-shop' facility in the complete fit-out of airport terminal buildings worldwide. To find out more visit UFL Group's experience, expertise and diverse range of furniture allow us to successfully fulfill any brief from small boutique office work to large-scale corporations. Click here to look through our portfolio of Projects.


UFL Group directors, Madeleine and Raymond Reesby bring together decades of experience in the furniture and design industry and provide a strong base for the company which includes a team of exceptional individuals who are our most valuable asset. At UFL Group, we realise the importance of our people, our combined skills and experience, dedication and passion for the furniture industry to further enhance UFL Group's offering and make us a leader in the future design industry today.


UFL Group is committed to achieving the best practices in compliance and standards in environmental protection therefore minimising any adverse impact on the environment. We strive for continuous improvements in our manufacturing and supply process through operating programs of intelligent manufacturing and considered partnering. We endeavour to work only with suppliers and manufacturers who meet New Zealand and European environmental standards with a commitment to ecological sustainability. We ensure our products are aligned to and conform to the best environmental practices. UFL Group place huge importance on fulfilling environmental compliance at all stages throughout the product lifecycle - from product design through to production, installation and the eventual return and recycling of the product.