Current Issue #488

Supporting Australian Design

Supporting Australian Design

Explore this collection of the foremost Australian design from established and emerging Australian designers.

1. Kasuri Shelf by Liam Mugavin


400mmW x 350mmD x 1560mmH. Queensland Silver Ash.

2. Maui – Oct 15’ release by Ivan Woods


Made from solid European oak, Maui’s oak set angled lines coupled with elegant proportions give it a timeless and casual appeal. While embracing the user in comfort, Maui encourages one to sit back, relax and take a break. Featuring finger joints in the arms for improved strength, the eye is struck by the harmonious proportions.

3. Puku Nui Ottoman by Coco flip


Large 1200mmD x 380mmH. Top: Kvadrat Steel cut 2, wool blend. Bottom: Kvadrat Divina Melange 2, pure wool.

4. Arke Desk by P fitzner Furniture


Made in Blackwood timber.. is desk is in fluenced by one in the National Gallery of Victoria. Although you can’t have the original, you can have one that shares its clean lines and beautiful timber and glass aesthetic.

5. Murano Easy Chair by Design Furniture


This chair is inspired by the fluid lines of exquisite Venetian hand-blown glass. The Murano easy chair, o ffers both style and seamless comfort and is made from eco-friendly materials such as natural plantation timber and non-toxic foam. Dressed in Warwick Fabrics’ crisp textured Gili Flamingo, representing Pantone’s former colour of the year, Radiant Orchid.

6. Television unit by P fitzner Furniture


7. Artisan Leather Bed by Design Furniture


The Artisan Bed is a sleek, contemporary fully upholstered bed in premium leather with solid oak tapered frame and legs.

8. Split Desk by Rhys Cooper


Cooper is an emerging designer who just completed the two year Associate Training Program with JamFactory.

9. Plum Chair by Adam Goodrum


803mm W x 795mm D x 809mm H. Natural Ash base upholstered in leather.

10. Saturn Sofa Bed by Design Furniture


Saturn twin sofas – easily convert to a double bed, providing design and functionality in one, and made with environmentally sustainable products such as plantation timber.


Hero image courtesy of Schiavello Design, Maui Collection,


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