Thonet Australia launched in Melbourne in 1979. More than 30 years on, the design establishment still turn to Thonet for contemporary and classic European product at affordable prices. Thonet furniture graces the interiors of the best homes, restaurants, cafes and commercial buildings throughout Australia.
To most, Bentwood stands as a shining example of what can be achieved through design. Its form both expresses and symbolises the manufacturing process that lay behind it. Thonet bentwood chairs are made from European beech using traditional steam bending methods. They arrive unassembled and are assembled in our Melbourne workshop.
Thonet offers affordable, high quality, authentic design – sourced from original European companies. Every Thonet product is chosen for its comfort, design excellence and suitability. As well as bentwood, the Thonet Australia collection includes locally manufactured tables and product from companies such as: Rybo – West Nofa of Norway, Green SRL from Italy and Tolix from France.
In Australia, Thonet is proud to be associated with the innovation and tradition of Michael Thonet. The bentwood furniture available today is, manufactured at one of the original European factories, set up in 1880, to the exacting specifications of Michael Thonet’s unique and original designs. Bentwood furniture has never altered. It has always been simple, utilitarian furniture; reasonably priced and available to everyone. The tradition continues…
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Phone: 03 9417 0077
Thonet Australia launched in Melbourne in 1979. More than 30 years on, the design establishment still turn to Thonet for contemporary and classic European product at affordable prices.
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