Furniture manufacturers Evostyle consult and collaborate with architects and designers from process to production to create timber products that are well crafted, low-cost and sustainable.
May 31st, 2011
What does your company supply?
We supply 100% Australian made quality designer furniture, and architectural products. We specialise in tables and stools, but also produce screens, beds and sofas.
Where do you distribute?
The products and furniture we have produced have been shipped all over the country, and even internationally. We can arrange crating and delivery anywhere in the world.
Describe your customers.
Our customers tend to be people that have an eye for quality and craftsmanship, and want a piece of furniture to last. We offer a high tech service to architects and designers, who not only appreciate our shop drawings, but also our ability to fulfil large orders and meet tight deadlines.
What sets your company apart?
We have generations worth of experience in working with solid timber, and have adopted cutting edge technology in our manufacturing process using integrated Cad/Cam software. However our woodturning capabilities with our CNC lathe (the only one of its type in the southern hemisphere) and our experience in 3D milling really sets us apart from any other furniture manufacturer.
Luke and Louise, founders of Evostyle
What is good design to you?
Good design is a functional, yet beautiful product that is faultless in quality.
What does the future hold?
Evostyle aims to keep high quality manufacturing in Australia. We are passionate about good and functional design, and are excited about working with people who are likeminded in this respect. We have a very positive outlook on where we can go from here, knowing that we can offer people services and products that they are not able to source elsewhere.
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