A dining setting brings us together. It’s a stage for people to gather around. It’s about family and friends.
Remember your childhood: doing homework at the kitchen table, or stumbling out in the early dawn for breakfast. The dining setting should be beautiful and useful. We can create your dining setting with materials to suit high-traffic, casual use, formal use, and anything in between, giving you a high quality dining setting which suits your space perfectly, without need for compromise. Add value to your space and build memories in your home with our dining table and chairs — an investment you will enjoy for life
Excellent condition. It has only been on display in our studio and used by us as a desk occasionally.
Overall Size. 2650L x 1050W x 730H (mm)
Powder coated stainless steel – Colour Dulux Black Matt. Includes a concealed cable tray that runs under the table top into the timber drawer unit.
Top. 2250L X 900W
13mm thick Compact Laminate (High Pressure Laminate) – Colour Black. Shark nose edge profile has been applied to edges and has 2 x cable outlet access point
Drawer Unit. 900W X 900D
Solid American oak timber external carcass with drawer fronts in black compact laminate.
Dual access to drawers – as they are located on both sides and are fitted with Blum soft closing mechanism.
On one side of the drawer unit there is an opening designed to fit a computer hard drive.
There is a cavity in the centre of the drawer unit which is designed to house all cables and exit through the cable outlet (which can be found on the side of the drawer unit).
Includes 2 x file drawers
The Adelaide Review / FORM talk about what an exciting time it is for the Australian design industry. I was approached to give some responses and feedback to a few questions of my work and my opinions in the future of Australian design.
We are honoured to have our Mila chair selected as best practice Australian TIMBER designed product, to be showcased for the promotion of Dangerous Designs competition at this years Denfair design event.
We are really pleased to be involved in the curation for the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) led FPWA (wood solutions) Dangerous Designs competition. The FPWA is the Commonwealth Government entity whose role is to promote timber use across construction and design. It is the leading advocate and is sponsored Federally and multinational partners.
The Mila chair was released at Melbourne Indesign’s event, August 2016, and during it’s short time has received an overwhelming positive response. If you’re in Melbourne, come along and say hi!
Big thanks to the Design Institute of Australia and Dangerous Designs for the oppotunity.
Me and my Concept Kitchen project have just been shortlisted in the 2016 Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) for the Emerging Designer, & the Object – Furniture and Lighting categories. Australian designers represent! Well Made
Winners to be announced at the IDEA Gala Party, 18 November (TBC) 2016 in Sydney.
If you’re yet to see the Kitchen Concept micro-film, check it out here https://vimeo.com/174156297
I communicate my thoughts best through the manipulation of objects and space, and, given my predilection for action in favour of talk, it didn’t take me long to put this big idea into practice. It did take a lot of work, however. But the day has come when I can finally show you all the finished project.
I aim to inspire everyone, designers and clients alike, to believe joinery can be executed to the same stunning level of artistry and resolution as high-end furniture. I will re-establish the plausibility that joinery could, once again, be regarded as an art form, while retaining the benefits of contemporary affordability, and design and manufacturing technology.
I will also use this initial kitchen/joinery project as a conceptual tool with which to promote my broader design message: to celebrate the renewal of the artistry of joinery, while embracing the efficiency of contemporary materials and manufacture to minimise my carbon footprint. Sustainability remains a key responsibility of mine, one which I take extremely seriously. My material choices allow for the optimisation of efficiency of material use.
I built the prototype kitchen in my Adelaide studio to showcase the quality and attention to detail which clients can expect when working with me. In keeping with my signature minimal aesthetic, the kitchen features a range of construction materials: warm American walnut; elegant Calcutta gold marble; and a statement-island constructed entirely from Corian, a chemically inert, non-toxic, renewable and repairable material that reflects my commitment to environmental, social and economical sustainability.
I look forward to working with you soon to create new spaces — where life is lived, not just observed.