Tasmanian Blackwood

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a kitchen with wooden cabinets and black counter tops
Contemporary luxe with a homage to the past
On the edge of the river Derwent, in one of Tasmania’s most sought-after suburbs, sits 720 Sandy Bay Road. It is a newly developed residence with carefully curated materials that reflect both the history of the original home and the colours from the sweeping views of the silvery grey water it observes.
a large room with chairs and tables in it
Tasmanian Blackwood
MyState Bank Arena by Phil Lighton Architects Photo: Alice Grey
an entrance to a building with stairs leading up to the front door and another set of metal handrails
Lands Building Office Redevelopment by Xsquared Architects
Xsquared Architects designed and documented a total refurbishment of the iconic Lands Building at 134 Macquarie Street in Hobart, Tasmania. Xsquared Architects created a standardised floor layout to provide each branch with the same level of amenity. This occurred by involving the different client groups in extensive consultation and dialogue. Photo credit: Rosie Hastie
an empty conference room with blue chairs and a wooden table in front of a window
Lands Building Office Redevelopment by Xsquared Architects
Table by Simon Ancher and Matt Prince. Photo credit: Adam Gibson
a man in black shirt and brown shorts standing next to a wooden cabinet with shelves
Grown in Tassie, Crafted in Queensland: Meet Blackwood Collective
Blackwood Collective specialises in high-end custom residential and commercial furniture, joinery and carpentry. Every piece coming out of the workshop is expertly handcrafted with an acute sense of detail, made to perfectly fit the space it will call home. While Robertson is a fan of all Tasmanian timber species, as the name of his business suggests, Tasmanian Blackwood is Robertson’s material of choice, time and time again.
a bathroom with a round mirror above the sink
Caroma Elvire- For Appreciators Of The Artisan
Tasmanian Blackwood
a black chair sitting in front of a wooden wall next to a lamp and stairs
Tasmanian Timber | Jon Goulder breaks the mould with his all Australian Innate Collection for Spence & Lyda
a black and white photo of a vase with flowers on it next to two tables
Tasmanian Timber | Jon Goulder breaks the mould with his all Australian Innate Collection for Spence & Lyda
a wooden desk with a drawer underneath it
Tasmanian Timber | Jon Goulder breaks the mould with his all Australian Innate Collection for Spence & Lyda
a table lamp sitting on top of a wooden desk next to a rock and chair
Tasmanian Timber | Jon Goulder breaks the mould with his all Australian Innate Collection for Spence & Lyda
a table with a lamp on it next to a book case and other items in front of a concrete wall
Tasmanian Timber | Jon Goulder breaks the mould with his all Australian Innate Collection for Spence & Lyda
a black chair sitting on top of a floor next to a white and gray wall
Tasmanian Timber | Jon Goulder breaks the mould with his all Australian Innate Collection for Spence & Lyda
a black chair sitting in front of a white wall
Tasmanian Timber | Jon Goulder breaks the mould with his all Australian Innate Collection for Spence & Lyda
a black cabinet with two doors and some flowers on top
Tasmanian Timber | Jon Goulder breaks the mould with his all Australian Innate Collection for Spence & Lyda