The brainchild of cabinetmaker Adam Brislin and fashion designer Lucy Grant, Beeline Design originated out of the duo’s love of crafting beautiful timber furniture using traditional joinery techniques. Each item is produced in their Preston workshop using sustainably sourced timber and the finest materials and finishes.

The release of Beeline’s third collection signals a step in a bold new direction. Inspired by Adam’s childhood in the South-West of WA, the ‘Ridge Collection’ is reminiscent of traditional corrugated iron sheds. “I had wanted to incorporate the use of corrugated metal into our designs for a long time but had not found the right execution,” explains Adam.

The collection is handcrafted from sustainably sourced Tasmanian Oak, Corrugated Metal and Australian Leather, with every aspect of the collection carefully considered and executed. “Our goal was to create a collection using what is regarded as quite a utilitarian material and elevate it to a new level of luxe by covering it in leather and pairing it with stone and timber,” says Lucy.

The results are a refined collection of furniture, including beds, side tables, a coffee table, a bench, a stool, and a buffet.

For the creation of their campaign, Beeline teamed up with the Design School for the second time to create the striking imagery. Nice work, team.

 

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[Images courtesy of Beeline Design. Photography by Lachlan Bourchier.]

 

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