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A. Simpson & Son
A.M. Simpson and Son incorporated 1910 in South Australia and began the design and manufacture of whitewoods. Designs were undertaken by Woods Bagot and other ...
Berkowitz and Sons
Berkowitz and Sons, Hawksburn, are described as a large Melbourne furniture manufacturer in 1937.
Rosando Bros.
Melbourne-based furniture designers and makers, Paul and Michael Rosta, active in the last half of the 20th century. Their work is commonly in timber, featuring ...
Agostino & Brown
Agostino & Brown are a furniture design and manufacturing firm based in Adelaide, SA. The principals are Sam Agostino and Gareth Brown. Established in 2010, ...
Coleman, Alfred Benjamin, b. 1885
Alfred Benjamin Coleman(1885-1948)was a Victorian painter of landscapes and seascapes, active also in local art societies. He began his working life in the family furniture ...
Conrad Rodd
Conrad Rodd, a Berlin-born designer working as Rodd Design and other trade names was a furniture designer and maker in a sawn-timber style as well ...
To, Daniel
Daniel To is one of the principals of Daniel Emma, a South Australia-based design studio working across a range of media and objects including furniture, ...
Davenport, David
Davenport was a principal of Davenport and Associates, later forming Davenport Campbell after 1977. He was a founder member of the Industrial Design Institute of ...
ZAB Design
ZAB Design was a firm established by Helen Abson and Ken Abson in 1972. They were fabric designers working from South Yarra, Melbourne and in ...
Dulmison
Dulmison designed and distributed a steel-framed chair and relating seating elements (steel legs) in the mid-1950s drawing on the design of Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy's 'butterfly chair'. ...
W. E. Young and Co.
W. E. Young and Co. were furniture designers/makers exhibiting their "Tru-Style" upholstered furniture line in a furniture exhibition in West Australia in 1966. Images available: ...
Aiston, Emma
Aiston is one of the principals of Daniel Emma, a South Australia-based design studio working across a range of media and objects including furniture, lighting, ...
Coco-Flip Design Studio
Coco-Flip is a furniture and lighting design studio based in Melbourne, Victoria. The principals, Kate Stokes and Haslett Grounds, began the studio in 2010.
Fooks, Ernest, b. 1906
Progressive European-trained emigre architect who made important contributions to architectural and cultural life of Melbourne during and after World War II. Fooks' practice also encompassed ...
Star Furnishers
Star Furnishers is a furniture designer/maker exhibiting modernist timber furniture in a WA furniture exhibition in 1966. Images available at: http://www.slwa.wa.gov.au/images/pd341/341701PD.jpg and http://www.slwa.wa.gov.au/images/pd341/341689PD.jpg
Piper's Truline (furniture)
Piper's Truline furniture designed and manufactured timber furniture in Ulverstone, Tasmania, largely in regional timbers. The firm was founded in 1919 and has won several ...
Trask Furniture
Trask Furniture was a Melbourne furniture designer and manufacturer, initially based in South Melbourne ca.1947. The initial directors were Lou (L.C.) Trask, J.C. Alston and ...
Tiffany Furniture Company
Tasmanian furniture design and manufacturer. Est. in Launceston in 1946, Tiffany sold wholesale, then after 1982, began direct sales. The principals were James Guy (b.1916) ...
Gemes, Alex, b.
Gemes is one of the principals of the Berryman Furniture Company, Sydney. Berryman produced contemporary and period style furniture for commercial outlets such as Harvey ...
Crown Crystal Glass
Crown Crystal Glass was a design and manufacturing firm formed in the early 20th century and in addition to their glass, they also employed industrial ...