Designcraft are proud to offer an extensive selection of furniture products from the world's most respected furniture designers.
Renowned Australian designer, Adam Cornish, works from an independent, multidisciplinary design studio in Melbourne. Exhibiting an impressive portfolio comprising furniture, homewares and installation, Cornish has received growing international acclaim and recognition. Cornish has designed pieces for luxury Italian brand Alessi, exhibited at Salone del Mobile in Milan, ICFF in New York, NeoCon in Chicago and is the winner of the New York Design Award and Herman Miller’s Asia Pacific ’Yves Behar’ competition.
As one of Australia’s leading industrial designers, Adam Goodrum is world renowned for his design innovation and distinct Australian aesthetic. Focusing on furniture, product, and interior design, Goodrum delivers progressively original, intelligent and award-winning collections, highly regarded for commercial and retail applications. Working with Tait, Goodrum has designed the iconic Volley collection, Trace collection and Element fire pit.
Akira Isogawa is one of Australia's most celebrated fashion designers. He has achieved international recognition for his exquisite contemporary designs, which are sought after in every major fashion capital throughout the world.
Designer Rugs first collaborated with Akira in 2005 to create a limited edition range. Following on from the success of the first collection, Akira’s second rug collection ‘Kisetsu’ was launched during Fashion Week 2007 and his third rug collection 'Hirameki' launched in July 2012.
Born in Auckland in 1976 Alastair Keating studied Product/Industrial design at Unitec in Auckland, New Zealand majoring in furniture. Alastair went on to work in the industry on a variety of commissioned projects as well as a stint at EON as a design consultant.
Alexander Lotersztain is an Argentinian born Australian designer and founder of the multi- disciplinary design studio Derlot. This highly awarded studio specialises in product, furniture and interior design, as well as hotel concepts, branding and art direction with a long list of international clients.
Anderssen & Voll
Anderssen & Voll was established in the fall of 2009. Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll were previously founders and running partners of the design group Norway Says. Anderssen & Voll works within various fields of design but focus on the domestic objects. Design at A & V means being receptive to cultural and market influences and applying this knowledge in forward-thinking ways to generate groundbreaking and desirable products for our clients.
Architect and designer Anne Boysen established Anne Boysen Studio in 2012. Situated in Køge, outside of Copenhagen, the studio works with clients in the field of art, design and architecture. Attention to detail, genuine craftsmanship and timeless design is key to Anne Boysen, whose multifaceted practice range from functional design to abstract art. Trained as an architect, decor and the way we physically relate to a space and objects are essential parts of Anne Boysen's practice.
Dr Jean Battersby, endorsing Annie's nomination for the Australia Council Emeritus Award in 1998. "I regard Annie Georgeson as one of the most original and creative designers working in the textile field. She works right across the textile field and has won many awards over the years for the quality and originality of her work. Her use of distinctively Australian imagery and colours in her work, in addition to her design talent, gives her work a particular character which is widely and rightly admired."
Armadillo & Co
Armadillo & Co was founded in 2009 by Jodie Fried and Sally Pottharst, driven by a desire to elevate age-old methods of craftsmanship through a uniquely Australian contemporary design process.