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Design Centre

The Design Centre is a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to support and sustain Tasmanian design in wood and timber.The Centre is located next to city park and open 7 days a week. Visit site

Mark Bishop

Mark Bishop has been a furniture designer and maker since attending the Canberra School of Art in the mid eighties. Over 150 significant pieces of furniture have been produced by Mark in more than 20 years. Visit site

Richard Ellis

Richard Ellis Furniture Design includes modern and traditional lounge furniture to suite the needs of every individual. We have over twenty designs in our collection, for you to choose from, but we are just as willing to make that special piece of furniture to your own specifications. Visit site

Stewart Williams

Stewart Williams studied at University of Tasmania, majoring in furniture design. In 2004 he moved to Perth where he continued to make and design furniture with a focus on lighting. In 2006 he exhibited his lighting design work at the prestigious Milan furniture fair and held his first solo exhibition following in 2007 in Perth WA. In 2008 Stewart featured in a number of group exhibitions in Tasmania, is Vice President of Designed Objects Tasmania, and was profiled as being one of Australia’s top 30 emerging designers. Visit site

James Dodson

Tasmanian Glassblowers operate from their studio at Breadalbane. World renowned for his eclectic birds and fine designs, 3 minutes from the Airport, this studio is worth a visit to see an artist in residence. Visit site

Rex Heathcote

Rex Heathcote Furniture has become known for its imaginative use of wood in the design of furniture using a balance of traditional and modern techniques to achieve the best possible result whether for an individual piece or an entire room. Visit site

Will Rhodes

Will Rhodes is a designer/artist who lives in Launceston working in a range of mediums including steel,wood and oil on canvas. Visit site

Scott Gelston

Scott Gelston is a Launceston based photojournalist who works with The Examiner newspaper as well as freelancing for a number of local and national clients. Visit site

Joe Shemesh photography

Joe Shemesh has been filming and photographing extraordinary images in Tasmania for the past 25 years. Visit site