Veneers

Veneer is thin layers of timber sliced from a larger piece.

Veneer is available in a wide range of species and grades, this versatile product can be assembled into a sheet (called a layon) that is used as the facing layer on sheet material such as MDF, or cut and assembled into patterns. Veneer is often matched with solid-sawn timber of the same species in furniture, joinery and lining.

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Projects

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Tasmanian Blackwood heats things up at London Restaurant, Mama Fuego

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A beacon of tranquility, Tasmanian Oak shines in the Lantern House by Timmins + Whyte

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Better with age

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QC Chambers by FMD Architects

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Bona Vista by Studio Prineas

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Lady Gowrie Midway Point by Cumulus Studio

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Astrid Dispensary by Alte. Studio

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Spring Bay Mill with Interior Designer, Claire Ferri from Studio Ferri

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Preserving Timeless Elegance: The Resilience and Sustainability of Tasmanian Oak in a Mid-Century Melbourne Gem

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Australian furniture designer-maker brings over three kilometers of Tasmanian timber to the global design table

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Pompei by Carter Williamson Architects

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How Tasmanian timber was used to transform ‘the DEC’ into a world-class sports and entertainment arena

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A Rustic Jewel on the Banks of the Tamar

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Harriet’s House by SO:Architecture

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Contemporary luxe with a homage to the past 

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

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Lands Building Office Redevelopment by Xsquared Architects

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Rockpool: where grandeur and homeliness blend seamlessly

Rockpool
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Pirie Street Extension by Preston Lane

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Midway House by Habiter Studio

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A new ERA for offices

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Tasmanian camp structure inspired by cultural history

Krakani Lumi Camp
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Kanamaluka House by Gillian van der Schans

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Murphy’s Place by Studio Meek

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Wattle Bird House by Flett Architecture

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Darling Point Apartment by Studio ZAWA

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Tried, trusted and true, Tasmanian Oak is a natural fit for Hobart’s Studio ilk

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River’s Edge by Wardle

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Flinders Residence by Abe McCarthy Architects

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Au naturale. Tasmanian Oak stuns in its organic form in these Melbourne homes

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Henry Street Townhouses by Maria Danos Architecture

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Crafting modern charm in heritage spaces, Studio Ilk’s latest projects epitomise timeless design

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Concrete and Blonde Bombshell- Tasmanian Oak helps transform this Sydney heritage home

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West Hobart House by Cumulus Studio