We collect some of the best new furniture designed in Australia, from both established and emerging designers.
This elegant, stand-alone piece attempts to reflect the analytical properties of psychoanalysis’s forefather, Sigmund Freud.
Blok +61 7 3876 4422
Block 2, designed by Henry Pilcher, is available in red, blue, black and white. The lights can stand alone or be stacked together.
Anibou +61 3 9654 5222
The Glass Collection
Keith Melbourne’s new plastic furniture range is inspired by glassware. Stools are named Latte, Cognac and Crystal, while a table is called Champagne.
Zenith +61 3 9693 2600
Designed by Gary Galego, the inner shell of this chair is made using recycled industrial resins and plastic padding.
Stylecraft +61 3 9666 4300
Designed by Sydney-based Kristian Aus, these lights are playful in white, black, yellow or blue.
Under +61 4 0795 2643
With inbuilt shelves on the sides and back, the Loft sofa is designed to look good from any angle.
Nook Nook +61 4 3591 7388
These fun, oversized floor cushions with removable backrests were designed by Ivan Woods.
Schiavello 1300 130 980
This timber table was designed by Laura McCusker for the Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart.
Twenty21 +61 3 9417 6503
Stand Out table
Sister to the Stand Out coat stand, these tables “stand out” from the crowd with their bold colours and lines.
LuxxBox +61 7 3310 4767
Part of Workshopped 11, these glass or aluminium lights by Ross Gardam are available individually or can be clustered together.
Workshopped + 61 2 9146 4353
Designed by Brisbane-based Surya Graf, Flight Deck was inspired by aeronautical forms and materials.
Street and Garden +61 7 3844 1951
These indoor-outdoor stools are made almost entirely from recycled milk containers.
Design by Them +61 2 8005 4805