Thonet offers affordable, high quality, authentic design – sourced from original European companies. Every Thonet product is chosen for its comfort, design excellence and suitability. As well as bentwood, the Thonet Australia collection includes locally manufactured tables and product from companies such as: Rybo – West Nofa of Norway, Green SRL from Italy and Tolix from France.
Still true to the very first designs from the 1900’s, Tolix products are manufactured in the original factory – opened in 1907 – in Burgundy, France. An authentic Tolix piece has so much more value, history, beauty and longevity than the replica’s now available. When taking all these factors into account, the price of the original product is comparatively reasonable against the copies. In a marketplace flooded with knock-offs, the enduring nature of our products proves to be the more economical investment – as there is no need for replacements.
In Australia, Thonet is proud to be associated with the innovation and tradition of Michael Thonet. The bentwood furniture available today is, manufactured at one of the original European factories, set up in 1880, to the exacting specifications of Michael Thonet’s unique and original designs. Bentwood furniture has never altered. It has always been simple, utilitarian furniture; reasonably priced and available to everyone. The tradition continues…
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
145 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Victoria 3065 Australia
Phone: 03 9417 0077
Reworking an inner-city terrace, Downie North has created a home that slowly unfurls, with a kitchen and courtyard at its core.
Working with a challenging triangular-shaped site, this home in Elwood, Melbourne, is a contemporary house that responds to both the majestic gum trees and locals who pass by on a daily basis.
Being a good neighbour doesn’t mean not being able to enjoy your privacy, as this house in Sydney’s beachside Bronte demonstrates.
Architecture and interiors practice, Alexander and Co. has extended a spatially challenged cottage in Mosman, Sydney, to realise its full potential as home to a family of five.
One of only four worldwide, Caon Studio and Akin Atelier collaboratively see to it that you won’t want to leave the newly unveiled Qantas First Lounge at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
Brighton House by Rob Kennon Architects is a beach house that avoids coastal clichés in favour of streamlined place-making and robust detailing.
Shifted House by SSD Studio in Sydney’s Bondi Beach is a post-war, semi-detached house turned holiday home that exudes calm while respecting its original character and location.
Yuloo Studio combines colour, texture, lighting, and scale to create a cosy evening environment for lovers of wine and fresh produce in Moscow.
An unobtrusive and self-sufficient weekender by MRTN Architects offers rural solitude and an opportunity to work the land.
A home to escape to while remaining utterly connected to its surrounds, Fitzroy Lane House by Kennedy Nolan presents an island-like dwelling within a rapidly changing streetscape.
Compact yet flexible spatial planning characterises this extension to a traditional, and largely untouched, workers cottage in Sydney by Mark Szczerbicki Design Studio.
Over in India, Java+ café by IKSOI Design Studio manages to feel both dark and moody yet generous in space and atmosphere.
Once a holiday home, now a primary residence, Barwon Heads House has been designed with consideration of its outlook and coastal conditions.