• Indigo Pendant Lights


    Australian designed and manufactured, the Indigo pendants come in three sizes, all turned from a American Ash and tinted with an Indigo stain.:

    360 features 7 timber beads. | 530 features 12 timber beads. | 420 features 7 timber beads.

    Since the Indigo range is hand dyed, expect some variation between the blue tints. Every bead is unique. The lights can be hung on their own as a single drop pendant or alternatively in a cluster.

  • Jules Console


    The Jules collection is a sophisticated and minimal furniture range inspired by a mix of Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics.

  • Jules Stools


    The Jules collection is a sophisticated and minimal furniture range inspired by a mix of Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics.

  • LightGarden


    The energy efficient LightGarden allows you to create a customised lighting experience, limited only by your own imagination. Whether you use one, 10 or 100 fittings, the modular functionality allows the user to create an organic and abstract pattern across a surface, allowing each installation to become completely unique. This personalised garden of light brings the essence of nature and your own creativity and inspiration.

  • Low Gravity Square Table


    The Gravity Series consists of 2 low and 2 high side tables and a long coffee table. The tables explore the relationship between simple forms and powerful forces, each relaying on its own weight and shape to allow it to function. The side tables are each cut from a single log of camphor laurel timber which is considered a week in Australia. The solid blocks are finished raw and suspended into steel frames and are held in place by their own weight.

  • Numeral Aluminium


    ‘Numeral’ house numbers (2014), CNC milled aluminium.

  • Numeral Concrete


    ‘Numeral’ house numbers (2013), cast concrete, stainless steel back plate.

  • Orientation


    Orientation is a coffee table that marries two materials and presents a contemporary object informed by traditional craft techniques.

  • Round Diamond


    Emma Elizabeth had the world of rugs put into her creative brain after submitting her designs into the Designer Rugs Evolve Award, with over 850 entries her ‘Round Diamond’ was selected as 1 of 6 designs to be produced for the ID Collection.

    Looking to the world for a pre-existing form that reflected the intrinsic nature of the world of rugs, Emma Elizabeth’s instinct pointed her directly to the world of diamonds. She was intrigued to represent a subject that was, in reality, a hard object, but in this medium could be converted into a soft tactile surface.

    Made from hand tufted 100% New Zealand Wool & silk the design can be custom-coloured and scaled to suite any project.

  • Serif


    Inspired by the flow of molten metal, the Serif stool by Charles Wilson was designed to resemble a discarded industrial component – like the casing from a piece of agricultural or earth-moving equipment.