FeelGood Designs has an expansive product collection, which includes modern Scandinavian pieces, classic Danish furniture, designer lighting, hand woven rugs and much more.
November 21st, 2008
Established in 2001, the company works closely with their team of designers and manufacturers to develop a unique range of innovative and functional pieces. The FeelGood Designs range is available through the Melbourne head office, with agents in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.
Hospitality and loose furniture, feature lighting and flooring.
Nanna and Joergen Ditzel, Pentti Hakala, Jouko Jarvisalo, Marianne Jarvinen, Yuzuru Yamakawa, Leonard Theosabrata, Joshua Simandjuntak, Udom Udomsrianan, Corry Grosser, Carlo Tinti, Angus Hutcheson, Garvin Jarvis and Gian Legler.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Dedicated to environmental sustainability, sustainable and renewable resources are featured in the company’s range. Natural materials such as rattan, hemp, silk and rubber are used by the designers to create the ’FeelGood’ range.
Ernst & Young, NSW; Peninsula Country Golf Club, Vic; Customs House, Vic; Spendelove Bistro, Qld; Sunland Group, Qld and Waterfront, WA.
The company offers a custom design, development and manufacturing service for their clients.
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