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Peddle, James, b. 1862
Peddle was one of the principals of the firm later known as Peddle Thorp and Walker (PTW). His early work in Australia was in interior ...
Ratner, Saul, b. 1900
Saul Ratner worked as a designer and maker for J. Ratner & Co., founded by Joseph Ratner in 1911 in Camden St, Newtown, a suburb ...
Schildt, F.U.
Described as a furniture maker and importer, The West Australian newspaper (1904) reports that Schildt had opened an establishment in Hay Street, Perth WA. By ...
Simpson, D.H.
Simpson was the Design Director, Tru-line, Ulverstone, Tasmania, a manufacturer of contract furniture sold through the interior design firm Comdec, 75 High St, Prahran, Victoria.
Smith, John, b. 1948
Smith was a furniture design and maker who initially trained in the graphic arts, later turning to 3-D design. Appointed Head of Wood/Furniture Design at ...
Stapleton, Russell Kenneth, b. 1919
Stapleton was a principal of Standis Furniture Pty Ltd, North Richmond, Victoria. Standis produced period reproductions as well as a line of Danish Modern furniture ...
Thomson, Joan
Thomson is identified as a principal in a "modern furnishing and home decorating studio" in Melbourne co-directed by Thea Lucas. Thomson is described as studying ...
Van Seppler, H.
H. Van Sepp is a furniture designer/maker exhibiting in a WA furniture trade exhibition in 1966. Images available at http://www.slwa.wa.gov.au/images/pd341/341706PD.jpg
de Gruchy, Graham
De Gruchy is a South African architect and designer associated with the design retailer "Craftsman's Market", Brisbane. He worked for the Qld Public Works department ...
Pandar Furniture
The Australian Modern: Mid-Century Architecture and Design site reports that Pandar was formed by the British designer Bernard Goss after he arrived in Melbourne in ...
Dawson, Janet, b. 1935
Painter, printmaker and designer working in the mid twentieth century. She studied at the National Gallery School in the 1950s and joined the stable of ...
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 ...
Low, Stuart, b. 1896
Low was an interior designer and founder member Society of Interior Designers of Australia, His career began in 1928. He worked out of a "Salon" ...
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 ...
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 ...
H. Eastgate Pty Ltd
H. Eastgate Pty Ltd was a West Brunswick, Melbourne furniture design and manufacturing firm. They won the Furniture Manufacturers Design Competition in 1952. The firm ...
Heyring, Chris
Heyring originally worked as a sculptor then moved into industrial design, developing exhibition structures (Tensile Structures) for the America's Cup, Perth. He has also designed ...
Ingham, George, b. 1940
Ingham was a furniture designer and maker with extensive training in England. He combined teaching, designing and making in the UK before taking a position ...
Natale, Greg, b. 1974
Natale is an interior designer and principal of Greg Natale Design. After studies at the Design Centre Enmore, Sydney College of the Arts and Sydney ...
Orlay, Susan, b. 1913
Orlay "trained in furniture design and graphic arts at the Schools of Applied Art in Budapest, Stuttgart and Vienna". While studying, she worked as a ...