designcraft welcomes Furnished Forever

designcraft are proud supporter of Australian design and are thrilled to be the official stockist for Canberra brand Furnished Forever. Furnished Forever is a commercial and residential furniture studio founded in 2017 by Canberra based designers René Linssen and Elliot Bastianon . The brand offers a range of highly functional products to cater for the commercial and residential markets. Furnished Forever is defined by clean lines, crisp geometry and a restricted colour palette. Linssen and Bastianon place great value on

An Australian Outdoor Story

A COLLABORATION BY TAIT & MOKUM, STYLED BY STEVE CORDONY With Summer on the horizon, Australian and New Zealand based contemporary textile house, Mokum , and Australian outdoor furniture design house, Tait , have come together to celebrate the southern hemisphere’s latest and greatest in outdoor design. This season channels late-century nostalgia with warm and dreamy scenes of laissez-faire lounging. Tait and Mokum’s Summer 2019/20 collection reaches new levels of outdoor comfort and effortless style, built to last in Australia’s

Review designcraft on Google or Facebook and win!

Simply submit a review via designcraft’s Google page or designcraft Facebook page, during July & August to go in the draw to win an Angelpoise Type 75 Mini desk lamp. HOW TO FIND US ON GOOGLE Go to www.google.com.au and type designcraft in the search bar. On the right hand side you’ll find our google page. Click on “Write a review”. Then Click on the Star Rating and type your text. HOW TO FIND US ON FACEBOOK Go to www.facebook.com

Scape Collection by Tait

DESIGNED BY ADAM GOODRUM Reminiscent of flowing rock formations, Scape elicits a soft, organic design language - nurturing a more humanised connection to our vital public spaces and common areas. Nesting adjacently to one another, the modules reference the uninhibited nature of rocky landscapes. Scape’s earthy and wholesome curves offer an inviting sense of warmth, tactility, communal sensibility, and kind-of intangible ‘friendliness’. Scape gravitates people toward it - subsequently drawing activation to the spaces it inhabits. “I have fond memories

Herman Miller Marigold Experience // 9 May 2019

The Marigold Series, hosted by Herman Miller and designcraft, was an educational dinner event inspired by the design philosophy behind the famous Marigold Lodge in Michigan which features the classic Herman Miller collection. Fine hospitality have always been a hallmark of life at Marigold with the Lodge regularly hosting seminars, meetings, work team development events and symposiums at the lodge’s Learning Centre and Boathouse. The Marigold Series connected Canberra industry leaders for an evening of networking while being introduced to

Herman Miller for the Home

Here are some sneak peek of what's coming in to our showroom from Herman Miller this coming months. We are excited to share with you these new and iconic pieces. From top left clockwise - Crosshatch lounge / Distil desk / Noguchi table / Aria desk / Cosm task chair See anything you are interested? Send us an email and we can contact you when it's in stock. designcraft.sales@designcraft.net.au

Tait's Jak & Jil Turn Ten!!!

The story began when Jak met Jil… ten years on everyone’s favourite pair are still winning hearts. To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Tait are delighted to welcome the Jak lounger into the iconic family. This Summer, Tait’s Jak & Jil collection blossom into a fully-fledged family with the welcome introduction of the Jak lounger. The easygoing and laid-back Jak lounger sees the collection adapt into a series with unlimited possibility. Perfect for relaxing just about anywhere… reading the newspaper in

6 FACTS ABOUT DESIGN THEFT.

1. THE WORD ‘REPLICA’ CONFUSES CONSUMERS Consumers think the replica is connected to the original designer or licensed brand. ‘Replica’ is mistaken for a trend – like ‘vintage’ or ‘industrial.’ It’s time to get real – replica is fake. Replica is design theft. 2. DESIGNERS EARN INCOME FROM ROYALTIES Industrial designers and furniture designers work in small studios or as designer-makers. Design theft robs them of a rightful income – royalties, a small percentage of net sales. They can’t afford