Dowel Jones is a design brand operating out of Melbourne, Australia founded by Dale Hardiman and Adam Lynch in 2013.
Dowel Jones is interested in simplifying objects to their bare essentials without compromising on aesthetic values, creating unique pieces for the home and commercial interiors. Although primarily producing furniture, lighting and accessories, Dowel Jones also work on custom projects and installations as a way of expanding the brands knowledge in the presentation of designed outcomes.
Since it's founding, Dowel Jones have won numerous awards nationally and internationally. Dowel Jones are constantly evolving their approach to design and releasing new collections, most recently with New York based artist and designer Tom Hancocks.
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