Their range of seating, lighting, tables and objects are modern and functional but with a bit of amusement and whimsey - an interesting combination. Some pieces are sculptural and mathematical, posing the question: “is it art or is it furniture?” This love of creation stemmed from growing up on a farm with an creative, inventive father who made tools and supplies accessible to the two boys. There is a great sense of humor and joy from their furniture collection and a tactile quality that makes the user want to engage with the pieces. Their bespoke furniture designs are locally crafted and use upcycled and locally sourced wood.
Currently their products may be seen at their Melbourne studio and ordered by contacting Life Space Journey directly .
Image credit: Giang Do for Life Space Journey