It’s rare to get the opportunity as a designer to take on the challenge of furnishing 90% of a new house. Having worked with the client on previous projects we have developed a close working relationship and have the freedom to work in a iterative capacity.

This project features predominantly Tasmanian Oak which is enhanced even further with the use of some very special pieces of timber that the client has had in storage for decades.

We developed two complete bedroom suites, dining tables, occasional and out door furniture for this compact apartment located on the plot of one of the original cottages built in the 1800’s. As well as the bespoke furniture we also used the Crump Stool and XO Dining Chair for this project. The project also features exposed convict built sandstone walls, raw concrete and plasterboard for a minimal but rich material pallet.