The American Hardwood Export Council and Tom Fereday recently launched External Review – a reflection of the Cove Lounge’s design process, from start to finish.
Celebrating 10 years with a rebrand and new showroom opening HOW.’s CEO, Paul Howard, shares his vision for the business.
High end joinery and a dedication to refined craftsmanship lie at the heart of Boris Tošić’s work. It comes as no surprise, then, that Tošić’s Elan Plus and Skupa ranges, available at Living Edge, exhibit an exemplary display of timberwork and a unique comprehension of furniture design.
Renowned Australian designer-maker Jon Goulder talks about the beauty, and functionality, of Tasmanian Timber.
Is it being fuelled by a retreat from technology, a focus on crafting, or the will to slow down and pause? Simple, robust, solid wood furniture seems to be making a comeback.
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 popular Edith chair will soon be joined by a delightful cousin – the Edith stool – we take a look at the evolution of the Edith family and its driving principles.
We often ask ourselves, why wouldn’t you support home-grown design when the product rivals or exceeds the very best coming out of Europe? Such is the case with the new Calf Chair by Chippendale-based DesignByThem. Stephen Lacey reports.