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, Wrightbilt
Wrightbilt is identified as Wrightbilt Fashion Furniture active after 1960 advertising their "TV Chair" nationally in the "Australian Womens Weekly" and on TV. By 1961, ...
, Rosenfeldt, Gherardin & Associates
Rosenfeldt, Gherardin & Associates was a design practice established by Ron Rosenfeldt and Walter Gherardin in Melbourne.
Miller Smith, Bob
Professor Emeritus and DIA Life Fellow, Miller Smith was the founder of the Bachelor of Design programme when he was the head of the Design ...
Nicholson, Chris
Nicholson is a furniture designer/maker. He established his joinery practice "Forest Furniture" (Wollongong NSW) in 2013. His work can be seen through the Dessein Furniture ...
Tauranac, Ronald, b. 1925
Tauranac studied engineering at Newcastle Technical College and joining his brother Austin Lewis, he designed the Ralt Mk1 racing car. He also acted as driver ...
Aarons, Anita, b. 1912
Anita Aarons had a diverse career working as a jeweller, sculptor, art administrator, radio commentator, teacher and art editor for an architecture publication, while living ...
Abbott, Barbara, b. 1928
Sydney-based female sketcher, printmaker and textile artist who passed her final assessment in art school by completing an Aboriginal reference workbook she started in her ...
Abbott Roberts, Mary Margaret, b. 1916
Mary Abbott Roberts, who also exhibited under her maiden name of Mary Abbott, was born in Quirindi in rural New South Wales and studied in ...
Abson, Helen
Helen Abson studied at Melbourne University, worked as a textile designer. Her work in summarised in Jenny de Nijs. Women as Designers in Australia, RMIT ...