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Home with Wood

Home with Wood features work by more than 20 acclaimed wood designers, makers and artists, all accredited members of Studio Woodworkers Australia, such as David Upfill-Brown, Tony Kenway, Neil Erasmus, David Emery and Will Matthysen

13 September – 20 November 2014

The exhibition will be opened at 2pm Saturday 13th September, 2014 by Professor Lyndon Anderson, Dean of the Faculty Arts and Design, University of Canberra


Home with Wood is a woodworking exhibition with a difference. In specifically featuring the work of accredited members of the national professional organisation, Studio Woodworkers Australia, it includes many of Australia’s finest designer-makers in wood. Already well-known for their design ideas and skills in producing significant one-off works and in carrying out special commissions, for this exhibition the participants have been invited to focus on affordable production pieces which will appeal to discerning home-owners who love wood and appreciate the values of handmade items. This will be an exciting exhibition that considers how people live and what they need, by providing innovative works that will enhance our contemporary domestic environments.

Phoebe Everill, president of Studio Woodworkers Australia, said in a world of throw away, mass produced furniture and replica design, Home with Wood acquaints audiences, to new concepts in original wood design, sustainability and function.

"Many of the makers and designers exhibiting are internationally acclaimed for their design ideas, and skills in producing significant one-off works and commissions. Home for Wood will showcase affordable, original pieces which will appeal to home-owners who love cutting edge design, and appreciate the values of quality handmade items."

Bungendore Wood Works Gallery Artistic Director David Mac Laren said the exhibition illustrates ways today’s furniture is designed to be eco-friendly, relevant and highly desirable to fit contemporary living.

"As designer-makers, our first challenges are to find ways to stay relevant, connect with clients and make a living from our passion."

Studio Wood Works Australia


www.studiowoodworkers.org.au

Exhibiting designer-makers

David Mac Laren – Bungendore, NSW

David Upfill Brown – Gerringong, NSW

Neil Erasmus – Pickering Brook, Perth, WA

Nick Bailey – Buderim, QLD

Will Matthysen – Warrandyte, VIC

Nick Coyle – Pambula, NSW

Peter Young – Brookfield, Brisbane, QLD

Phoebe Everill – Drummond, VIC

Raf Nathan –  Mt Cotton, QLD

Richard Crosland –  Alexandria, NSW

Thirston Morris –  Nowra, NSW

Tony Kenway – Coorabell, NSW

Warwick Wright – Greenwell Point, South Coast, NSW

Tim Noone –  Sydney, NSW

David Emery – Kyneton, Victoria

Alby Johnston –  Byron Bay, NSW

Andrew Pinnock –  Newtown, NSW

Sunday 31 August 2014

Tony Kenway

Signature Rocker

$14,250

Quilted Queensland Maple

Peter Young

Kingscliffe Side Table & Small Cabinet

$825 each / $1485 pair Side Table. $1240 each / $2130 pair Small Cabinet

Rosewood, Ripple Sycamore veneer, plywood

Thirston Morris

The Shingle Cabinet on Stand

$18,975

New Guinea Rosewood, Silky Oak, Wenge

Cabinet 1500W x 550D x 1190H, Stand 1500W x 500D x 850H mm

Tony Kenway

Signature Armchair

$7,195

Silky Oak

Alby Johnston

Lotus Collection Coffee Table

$14,685

Huon Pine, Toughened Starfire Glass

Thirston Morris

Pebbles Side Tables

$580

Available in Oak, Jarrah, New Guinea Rosewood and Blackwood (Blackwood POA).

49w x 28d x 40h cm

David Mac Laren

Vertical Shelves

$3,900

Jarrah $3,900. Blackwood $3,300

Jarrah, glass.

Blackwood, Glass

Tony Kenway

Dresser

Price available in application

Quilted Queensland Maple

Nicholas Bailey

Catch some Z’s

$1,650

European Oak, White Oak panels

Thirston Morris

Flat Pack Shelving Units

$495

Jarrah

David Mac Laren

Hall Table

$3,800

Silver Ash

Nick Coyle

3 Sevens Table

$450

Yellow Stringyybark

Raf Nathan

Low Table

$1,650

Tasmanian Blackwood

Warwick Wright

Cabinet

Nick Coyle

Hat Stand & Armchair

Hat Stand $1900, Armchair $2970

Hat Stand
Shining Gum, Brown Barrel

Hat Stand & Armchair
Recycled Messmate, Yellow Stringybark

Raf Nathan

Desk with drawer

$3,850

Silky Oak, Blackwood

Will Matthysen

Clock 174

$16,500

Recycled Oak, Sycamore, Maple, Cherry from American pallets

Richard Crosland

Octagonal Display Cabinet

$8,250

Silver Ash, Sydney Blue Gum, glass

Tim Noone

Ferrer dining chair

$3,350

American Walnut, leather

David Emery

Reuleaux Tables/Stools

From $396 each

Various timbers

Andrew Pinnock

Breakfast Table

$4,150

American Walnut

European Beech, dyed veneers
European Beech, dyed veneers
  • European Beech, dyed veneers
  • Jarrah, Quilted Maple veneer

Neil Erasmus

‘BR’ Wall Shelf

$1,220

$1,425 Jarrah, Quilted Maple veneer

European Beech, dyed veneers
Jarrah, Quilted Maple veneer

David Upfill-Brown

Tympani Low Tables

$990

Blackwood

Phoebe Everill

Tetri-Stack 3

$990

$990 Tetri-Stack 3, Tetri-Stack 5 $1,155

Victorian Ash, Fiddleback Ash, Brazilian Walnut, leather/mirror panel

Prototype

Warwick Wright

Star Burst Side Tables

$960

$9,60 pair

Blackwood, Tasmanian Oak

Alby Johnston

Hall Table

$910

Price variable depending on timber and style of piece

European Cherry, Toughened Glass

145w x 33d x 88h cm

Tony Kenway

Fema Dining Table & Chairs

$52,500

Raindrop Figured Tasmanian Blackwood

Warwick Wright

Floor Lamp & Shade

$880 Silver Ash, $825 Jarrah

Jarrah/Silver Ash, Bamboo, Castellar Indigo Shade

  • American Walnut, Maple

Neil Erasmus

Shadow Chair

From $1650

Various timbers and available with upholstered and timber seats.

Leather: Macro Suede upholstery colour range

The Shadow Chair is the result of an intensive design process by one of the most highly regarded designer makers in Australia. The Shadow Chair derives its name from black and white shapes created by casting shadows of curved templates held at various angles.

The chair maintains a curvilinear form no matter what angle it is viewed from. Every joint is angled relative to each other and the twenty mortise-and-tenon and two finger joints work together to brace the chair against racking offering great strength and allowing the weight of the chair to be kept at a bare minimum.

The Shadow Chair won the Design Excellence Award at the inaugural Studio Woodworkers Australia exhibition at Sturt Gallery.

540W x 540D x 780H mm