Britton Timbers

Strip and Overlay Flooring (endmatched or plain end), Parquetry Flooring in Blackwood, Myrtle, Tas Oak & Celery Top Pine. Furniture timbers & veneers.

Location

3 Brittons Road Smithton TAS 7330

Mailing Address

PO Box 369 Smithton Tas 7330

Phone: 03 6452 2522
Email: sales@brittontimbers.com.au
Website: http://www.brittontimbers.com.au

Applications

Projects

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Tasmanian Blackwood heats things up at London Restaurant, Mama Fuego

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Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions: taking their cues from nature.

Coastal Pavilions at Freycinet Lodge
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Highfield House: Restoring the ‘Birthplace’ of European Settlement in North West Tasmania

Highfield House
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Re-imagining Hobart City Hall with a floor fit for a Queen

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Tasmanian Oak delivers the wow factor in fitzpatrick+partners new Sydney CBD office

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Custom for a cause

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From bay views to beer taps, JAWS Architects uses Tasmanian Oak to tell a local story

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Rustic but refined, Tasmanian Timber brings a bushy luxury to these Queensland homes

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

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Phat Fish – contemporary, timeless, quintessentially Tasmanian.

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

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Salamanca Building: a contemporary workplace that reflects the strong identity of Tasmania

Parliament House
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The Seed House: Fitzpatrick’s timber monument

The Seed House
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Tasmanian camp structure inspired by cultural history

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

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Tasmanian Timber used to create refined comfort at MAP Architecture

MAP Architecture
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Humanising Building: North Lakes Medical Centre, Brisbane

North Lakes Medical Centre
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Au naturale. Tasmanian Oak stuns in its organic form in these Melbourne homes

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Tasmanian Oak? Andrew Simpson Architects say Y not

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Reclaimed Tasmanian Myrtle furniture by Simon Ancher transforms Freycinet Lodge

Freycinet Lodge