Where craftsmanship and the wonders of technology meet, you will find Mortice & Tenon.
May 10th, 2013
A multi-faceted approach to design and manufacturing allows the team at Mortice & Tenon in Victoria to deliver furniture and architectural joinery that is not only beautiful but also thoroughly practical.
Radii Extension Dining Table by Stuart Rattle
Working with Australian designers for over 15 years has resulted in collections that span contemporary to traditional aesthetics, all with the attention to detail and finesse that sets their pieces apart.
DeUnie Sideboard by Ljiljana Gazevic
At the minimalist end of the spectrum is Ljiljana Gazevic’s DeUnie range; a modish collection of lounges, tables and storage options that impeccably bring together the richest of leathers and timbers.
DeUnie Dining by Ljiljana Gazevic
Stuart Rattle’s eponymous collection offers a more traditional aesthetic. The pieces are equally inviting and luxurious with a more classical, softer approach to line and materials.
Slipper Chair by Stuart Rattle
Despite their visual distinctions, both ranges are designed and manufactured with meticulous attention to detail.
Bracelet Console by Stuart Rattle
Beyond these and other existing ranges, Mortice & Tenon’s furniture division also works with trade and private clients to refine and manufacture bespoke furniture items. The experienced team managing the furniture division is made up of Paul Bianchini, Fred Genetay and Lionel Seibert all trained in France with the famous artisan guild “Les Compagnons du Devoir”.
Valet Bedside by Stuart Rattle
The architectural joinery division similarly aids in realising the vision of architects and designers, contributing expert craftmanship in all levels of residential and commercial projects.
DeUnie Dining by Ljiljana Gazevic
Adding to this, the recent arrival of Silvano Bettello to the team as Joinery Co-coordinator brings over 35 years of experience in high-end and commercial joinery fit outs as founder and managing director of Splinters Joinery.
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