On meeting Philippa Abbott – Melbourne-based industrial designer who mixes design with sociology and cultural studies – one cannot help but have her infectious desire to make the world a better place rub off on you. And there is no lip-service being paid here. Philippa works hard to ensure her words are acted upon by collaborating […]
It won’t take long for you to adjust to the slower pace afforded by Jati’s Carla teak recliner.
On the Indonesian island of Java, a skilled team of craftsmen are hard at work. One of them is Yayu Sukiram.
After suffering from back pain, the soon-to-be-president was prescribed the use of a rocking chair.
For decades, it was thought only 711 survived the sinking of the Titanic. Then they discovered the wreck.
Did you know that behind the beautiful marble of the Taj Mahal in India, is in fact a foundation made of teak?
With the influx of cheap foreign imports, it’s easy to miss products that stand for quality and sustainability.
After 17 years in the elements, this Jati teak bench is still outside St Marks Church in Darlinghurst Sydney.
We take a closer look into the wonderful world of plantation teak – the long lasting tropical hardwood tree.