Stylecraft has been providing furniture of original, contemporary design for 60 years. First established in Melbourne, Stylecraft is now represented in six showrooms around Australia together with an office in Singapore.
Our product offering is suitable for commercial, educational, hospitality and residential spaces and is a collection of Australian designed and manufactured furniture and international brands that we represent on an exclusive basis. Our European collection includes Arper, Tacchini, Verzelloni and Sipa from Italy, Akaba, Stua and Vilagrasa from Spain, Cascando from the Netherlands, Prostoria from Croatia and Maiori from France. Japanese companies, Ritzwell and Karimoku New Standard, offer traditional craftsmanship with a contemporary aesthetic to complement the European product offering.
Our local brands include LEN by Helen Kontouris, Ross Gardam, Keith Melbourne, ESO, Thinking Works, Skeehan Studio and Urban Commons, together with our own exclusive in house collections designed and manufactured in Australia.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
Phone: 07 3244 3000
Phone: 02 6225 2900
Join Habitus editor Aleesha Callahan and the Habitus team as the Habitus House of the Year 2020 winner and commendations are revealed on Thursday, 3rd December.
Ahead of the official House of the Year launch on Thursday 22 October, here’s everything you need to know about the next three months.
Following Elliat Rich’s winning design for the Australian Furniture Design Awards in 2017, Elliat and Stylecraft are proud to release the Different Thoughts collection.
Over the past couple of years you, like us, have grown to love and await the Habitus House of the Year programme. With less than two months to go, we’re getting ready to launch.
New designs from Ritzwell that would have been released at Salone del Mobile 2020 are now unveiled through a global, digital campaign.
Take a seat anywhere in the house with the new extended Sedis collection from acp atelier for Stylecraft.
The National Gallery Victoria (NGV) and Stylecraft have officially announced the shortlisted designers for the Australian Furniture Design Award 2020.
Built on a wealth of knowledge and a passion for valuable design, Seaton McKeon of studio.mckeon, in collaboration with James Laffan, presents the latest furniture collection, Neatt.
Stylecraft and HASSELL’s collaborative legacy of awe-inspiring showroom interiors has breached new frontiers with the new Stylecraft Singapore showroom.
Breathe Architecture converts empty space into two expressive and sustainable examples of rental homes.
From perspective-shifting mirrors, to surfaces with sheen; from translucent tables to iridescent objets d’art, these reflective surfaces will delight and illude you.
The 2019 House of the Year has now run its course with the Awards announced at StylecraftHOME’s Sydney showroom on Thursday 31st of October.
Sydney was all ears at StylecraftHOME last week as we recognised our 2019 winners for Habitus House of the Year.
Habitus House of the Year honours exceptional residential architecture and design completed across the Indo Pacific Region within the past 18 months. Here are your 2019 winners.
Six weeks of voting, 20 outstanding residential projects to choose from, and 5000 individual voters to tally: at long last we have a winner of the Habitus House of the Year, Ultimate Design Hunter Package.
AFDA 2020 is open to all Australian designers and makers, with participants having to provide new and original furniture design concepts by 22nd November 2019.
With the long-awaited Habitus House Of The Year cocktail evening mere weeks away, the time has come once again for our independent jury to come together and discuss, assess, and decide upon an overall winner.
Time is of the essence! You have until October 28 to cast your vote for the 2019 Habitus House of the Year People’s Choice and go in the running to win the Ultimate Design Hunter Package, worth $40,000!
After three long years in the making, Stylecraft’s Avion collection by Keith Melbourne received a very warm welcome from Sydney’s design community.
Good things take time, attention to detail, technical know-how, and manual skill. This is something that Italian furniture manufacturer, SIPA, has understood, and embraced, since opening their doors in 1974.