Presented by AHEC | 3:00 PM, 9th June 2022
Kustom Timber’s new Mornington showroom by Studio Griffiths is a stunning display of how simple, refined surfaces, clever display setups and a minimal, well-selected array of furniture can take a space from pleasant to extraordinary.
Renowned Australian designer-maker Jon Goulder talks about the beauty, and functionality, of Tasmanian Timber.
The new life sciences precinct at the University of Melbourne uses design excellence to facilitate the next advancements in learning and discovery.
Who said floorboards can only be used on the floor? Tongue n Groove’s new space by Tobias Partners reinvents the showroom experience with engineered European oak boards up, down and all around.
Screenwood products are so much more than an architectural lining, as a certain family business in Malvern, Victoria, recently discovered.
Peer behind the calming timber reception and you will be surprised to find bursts of pink, orange and blue. This dermatology clinic breaks with convention to offer a new way of projecting professionalism and comfort.
Sustainable and utterly unique, Hydrowood is an unexpected Tasmanian timber that has a story as original as the product itself.
From the decorative to the structural, Tasmanian timber is a versatile material that brings more than mere function in its application.
The old saying goes that “sticks and stones can break bones”. But is there really any reason to be afraid of nature? From a ‘forest kindergarten’ to natural finishes, nature is making its way back into our interiors.
Built on a foundation of family and quality, Billiani has been crafting fine furniture for over 100 years. But what does Billiani define as a fine piece of furniture?
One highly considered design feature expresses ADCO’s approach to craftsmanship and materials and fosters company culture.