Anibou’s own lounge range is locally designed with an unmistakably Australian aesthetic and comfort achieved.
Designed by designer and Anibou founder, Neil Burley – These classic contemporary pieces of furniture transcend time adding comfort and style to any space.
Artek was founded in Finland 1935 by four young idealists, Alvar and Aino Aalto, Marie Gullichsen and Nils-Gustav Hahl.
With a business idea “to sell furniture and to promote a modern culture of habitation” – Artek has not only prospered but remains a vanguard in exploring the paths between disciplines including design, architecture and art.
Since its inception ClassiCon has offered pieces by both established design luminaries and the younger contemporary greats of tomorrow.
Classic designs by Eileen Gray and Eckart Muthesius sit alongside new generation designs by Konstantin Gric and many more.
Quality, individuality and a timeless aesthetic are ever present in the Classicon range.
A true craftsman, the Muston Bed by David Muston is manufactured by hand in David’s warehouse on Sydney’s Northern Beaches using the finest Australian materials.
With the approval of Artek, these beds are designed to complement the Artek range.
The unique success story of GebrüderT1819 began with master carpenter Michael Thonet (1796-1871) who established the transition from manual to industrial furniture production.
The “Vienna Coffee House Chair” or Chair no. 14 was the breakthrough which turned Thonet into a global enterprise.
In the 1930’s Tubular Steel furniture arrived on the scene. Gebruder Thonet GmbH (the Thonet brothers) were the largest producer of this innovative furniture with designs by famous Architects such as Mies van der Rohe, Mart Stam and Marcel Breuer.
Many of these classics are still in production at the factory in Frankenberg, the company headquarters since 1938.
A perfect balance of evocative emotions and groundbreaking design – Gervasoni is a style demonstrated by top international designers who harmonise their ideas with often ancient craft skills and sophisticated materials.
Gervasoni’s eco-friendly techniques provide ideas for resorts, homes, marine environments and public spaces around the world.
Henry Pilcher is guided by a progressive approach to material choice and revealing its innate qualities. Construction techniques and a pared-back and approachable aesthetic bring together craft and industrial technology.
The Block2 project has been a major highlight in his career, whilst the horizon for Henry Pilcher remains broad and exciting!
Behind Finnish company Iittala remains a core design philosophy:
To create an atmosphere in the home by offering products of outstanding durability, function and design which contribute to enhancing the enjoyment and pleasure in everyday life.
Iittala was established 1881 in the southern Finland village of the same name. Their modernism breakthrough came during the 1930’s and 40’s with the likes of Alvar Aalto, Kaj Frank and Aino Aalto taking the company to a new high.
Taking renowned designer’s concepts and turning them into reality is what makes Roethlisberger’s furniture so distinctive and unmistakable.
Pieces result from a combination of shared ideas of designers and highly skilled Swiss craftsman required to bring these beautiful pieces to life.
Roethlisberger represents innovation built on tradition, combined thinking and the finest craftsmanship.
Established by Tomek Archer in 2002, Tomahawk Studios has gone on to research, design & produce original, award winning furniture collections.
Tomahawks award-winning Campfire table is a reference to the timeless ritual of gathering around a fire – or a table, to come and experience together.
Recognised for their design, materials and superior quality, Finnish company Woodnotes offers a wide collection of rugs for both home and commercial spaces.
Inspired Finland’s rugged nature and paper yarn textiles – Woodnotes founders Ritva Puotila and her son Mikko Puotila combine artistic creativity with raw materials and advance technology to produce their highly admired, contemporary carpets.