Furniture and Joinery

Some of Australia's most skilled furniture designers, makers, and craft people use these timbers to produce pieces that either respect traditional furniture forms or push the boundaries of modern design.

Projects

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Custom for a cause

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Williams + Goulder choose Cusp CLT for Self Portrait at Melbourne Design Week 

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A tribute to Tasmania, Cumulus Studio’s Stillwater Seven honours history and place

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Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions: taking their cues from nature.

Coastal Pavilions at Freycinet Lodge
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Broached Goulder: an Australian furniture designer-maker’s multigenerational narrative

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Hot soup, inviting design

Laksa King
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More Than a Little luxury

Hydrowood, Tasmanian Oak
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A tent pitched on Bruny Island

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Reclaimed Tasmanian Myrtle furniture by Simon Ancher transforms Freycinet Lodge

Freycinet Lodge
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Into the wild, Cumulus Studio reveals Poetic Vision at Cradle Mountain Visitor’s Centre

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Timber transforms Lexus of Tasmania showroom into an inviting home-like sanctuary 

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Designing for longevity, Ha Architecture looks to timber

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A tub fit for a prince

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Tasmanian Oak ties the knot between His and Her House

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A Rustic Jewel on the Banks of the Tamar

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Tasmanian Blackwood heats things up at London Restaurant, Mama Fuego

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Integrating nature and design, Archiblox brings the outdoors in with Tasmanian Oak floors

Archiblox
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Award-winning Cradle Coast Campus evokes a sense of calm with Tasmanian timber

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A John Wardle first, the crown jewel to Launceston’s Inveresk Library

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Rockpool: where grandeur and homeliness blend seamlessly

Rockpool
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Nelson House by Biotope

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Phat Fish – contemporary, timeless, quintessentially Tasmanian.

Phat Fish