Cast Your Vote for the People’s Choice Award at the Australian Timber Design Awards

With entries for the Australian Timber Design Awards now closed and voting for the ‘People’s Choice Award’ under way, we are thrilled to announce that 19 of these stunning projects contain locally and sustainably grown Tasmanian Timber.

Processed to the highest standards and backed by the technical support of Australia’s leading timber experts, Tasmanian Timber continues to be specified by some of Australia’s leaders in architecture and design.

From residential interior fit-outs to furniture and joinery, these entries exemplify the beauty that can be created from Tasmanian Timber species.

The specific use of Tasmanian Timber is being honoured and celebrated at the Australian Timber Design Awards
this year in its very own category, ‘Best use of Tasmanian Timber’.

This award falls under the Timber Products competition class that recognises the excellence in the use of specific timber products in a project.

The best use of Tasmanian timber used in any form for creation of projects includes all Tasmanian species applicable including Tasmanian Oak, Blackwood, Myrtle, Celery Top Pine, Sassafras, Huon Pine, and Plantation Ash.

The Australian Timber Design Award winners will be announced this spring and are set to feature some of Australia’s best timber designs across a range of categories.

Last year Tasmanian furniture designer-maker Simon Ancher received the award for ‘Furniture and Joinery’ for his Tasmanian Oak Couch and most notably, The Seed House by Fitzpatrick + Partners featuring Tasmanian Blackwood, Celery Top and Huon Pine, took the Overall Winner award.

We can’t wait to see the winning projects this year!

Now more than ever, the use of Australian timber should be highlighted and celebrated. Supporting Australian has never been more critical, for the sustainability of our economy as well as our planet. To cast your vote in the ‘People’s Choice Award’, please head to the Australian Timber Design Awards website.

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