Furniture

The designer furniture with which we fill our homes speaks to our design sensibilities. Find inspiration in Mid-Century icons such Eames, Le Corbusier and Marcel Breuer; Ettore Sottsass and the mood-enhancing Memphis movement; and modern makers like Adam Goodrum, Eliat Rich and DesignByThem.

Fredericia: The Name To Remember

Recognised as one of the most emblematic Danish design manufacturers, Fredericia lands on Australian shores…

Caring for the Environment That Inspires Us

How one of Australia’s leading names in furniture maintains an ethos of longevity, responsibility and…

Lean Into Contemporary Refinement And Relaxation: Sit by jam

Art isn’t limited to the walls of your interiors: the furniture we choose can be…

Angular Artistry: A Showcase of Sculptural Furniture

From the most intimate of residences to the grandest of commercial projects, furniture and lighting…

Light as a Pebble: Arper’s Eco-Conscious Adell range

Encapsulating the sleek minimalism of smooth pebbles or open seashells, Arper’s Adell Lounge Chair collection…

Design That Invites You To Live Honestly

“We design for longevity by creating furniture that is timeless in style and built to…

Australian Makers Bring Local Landscapes to Life

Timeless yet contemporary, the Kett team draws on Australian landscapes to inspire its designs.

The Making of an Icon

As this year marks the 65th anniversary of the Eames Lounge and Ottoman, we reflect…

Designing From Legacy And Innovation

Cattelan Italia’s new ceramic finish, Supreme, is the perfect synthesis of modernity and tradition —…

A Match Made In Heaven… Cult Design Welcomes Fredericia

Cult Design is thrilled to announce its new partnership with Danish brand Fredericia.

Nuura: A New Age Of Nordic-Inspired Lighting From Great Dane

From bulbous, modern chandeliers to refined pendant and wall lights, Great Dane’s Scandinavian lighting portfolio…

The Inherent Charm of Timeless Design

Great Dane’s ethos is deeply anchored in a family-inspired appreciation of timeless beauty. Today, the…