Founded by Arne Christiansen in 1986, Woodmark is a family owned company which produces both Danish and Australian designed furniture collections.
November 21st, 2008
Since 1990, Woodmark has shifted its focus from producing purely Danish furniture under licence, to showcasing Australian designed and manufactured furniture pieces. The expansive collection features ranges suited to commercial, hospitality and residential applications.
Hospitality, loose and task furniture.
4-Design, Askman Furniture, Bo-ex, Duba, Erik Boisen, Hansen & Sorensen, IMO, Paustian and Woodmark.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Over the past 10 years, Woodmark has focused more and more on Australian designed furniture, contracting freelance designers and working with them to develop and prototype their work. Woodmark has built up an enviable reputation as an innovative and reliable manufacturer in a discerning market and manufactures to the highest quality and design standards. “We pride ourselves on our expertise in resolving complicated detail,” says CEO Arne Christiansen. “Our employees are trained in difficult and unique cabinet and upholstery techniques creating invaluable expertise in these areas. Woodmark is customer focused at all levels of business, providing excellent customer service, and has the reputation for going the ‘extra mile’.”
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