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Dezeen Showroom spotlights furniture and lighting products by Australian designers

Dezeen Showroom: we've rounded up six furniture and lighting pieces by artisans and design studios based in Australia that have been listed on Dezeen Showroom.

This selection includes furniture, lights and accessories by designers based across Australia in locations that include major cities such as SydneyBrisbane and Melbourne.

The selection features a reissued sofa originally designed in the mid-20th century, stools informed by the game chess and aluminium seating that takes cues from 1970s poolside furniture.

Read on to see our selection of Australian-designed products on Dezeen Showroom.

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Strap outdoor seating collection by Derlot

Australian design company Derlot created 11 different types of seating to make up its Strap collection, which is informed by retro pool furniture slung with lengths of fabric.

The pieces range from stools and chairs to benches and loungers, and are unified by their simple frames and aluminium strips, which create durable seating solutions for both public and private environments.

Find out more about Strap ›

Overlay Rugs by Danielah Martinez for DesignByThem

Overlay Rugs by Danielah Martinez for DesignByThem

Designer Danielah Martinez created a range of rugs for Sydney-based studio DesignByThem that are characterised by their use of monochromatic shades of block colours.

Overlay Rugs come in both rectangular and rounded shapes with tassels at intervals around the edges.

Find out more about Overlay Rugs ›

Rook stool by Ross Gardam

Rook stool by Ross Gardam

Australian designer Ross Gardam created a range of stools informed by chess pieces, which are sculptural as well as functional.

Rook stools are available in a choice of three types of solid wood – solid walnut, white oak or blackened oak – and come in three different heights.

Find out more about Rook ›

Walsh Street sofa by Robin Boyd and K5

Walsh Street sofa by Robin Boyd and K5

K5 Furniture and The Boyd Foundation collaborated on the reissuing of a seating design by Australian architect Robin Boyd that was originally released in the 1950s.

The Walsh Street sofa has characteristically tapered legs and a frame made from native Australian timber. The sofa is upholstered with Australian wool fabrics.

Find out more about Walsh ›

Molloy dining chair by Adam Goodrum for Nau

Molloy dining chair by Adam Goodrum for Nau

Australian brand Nau worked with designer Adam Goodrum on a solid wood dining chair named after Molloy Island in Western Australia.

The Molloy dining chair is informed by the fluid movement of two converging rivers on the island and is stackable without compromising on its streamlined design.

Find out more about Molloy ›

Victoria cordless table lamp by Neoz

Victoria cordless lamp by Neoz

Australian brand Neoz has created a cordless lamp that can be customised with different lamp shades and finishes.

The Victoria cordless lamp can be used both inside and outside, and according to Neoz is particularly useful in restaurant environments where mood lighting is required.

Find out more about Victoria ›

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