About

Temperature Design has been passionate about supplying furniture, lighting and accessories in Australia and NZ since 2005. We started then, with a mission to deliver beautiful furniture, that was not only well crafted but affordable for everyone. This will continue to guide our business - today, tomorrow and forever.

Designed for you, our range is continuously fine-tuned for form, function and most of all what you - our client - desire.  

Our close knit team have a wealth of experience in design, manufacturing and most importantly customer service. We love what we do and have a genuine desire to aid our clients in achieving the highest design standards, from small residential projects to large commercial fit outs. We are flexible and with the support of our local manufacturer’s capabilities, we have the ability to explore your creativity and customise products to fit just right.

 What makes us different?

  • We enjoy and take the time required to listen (irrespective of the value or volume of the order)
  • Holding stock of popular product lines, ensures short turnaround times
  • Local manufacturing capabilities, allowing for custom flexibility
  • Professional and caring in-house delivery and assembly crew, ensure a hassle free end to end experience
  • Our refined company procedures and professional team ensure frequent ongoing communication, from quoting all the way through to post-installation – we stay in touch
  • Green friendly product range

 

We are proud of our partnerships with global manufacturers, who represent the best of the industry in craftsmanship, authenticity and design ethos. We are the exclusive distributor in Australia of the following brands:

ercol
A truly iconic international furniture brand, established in 1920. ercol's rich history and environmental approach are just a few of the reasons we love representing this UK family owned and run company, and sharing their story with our clients. Click here to see ercol's historic timeline.
In addition to stocking ercol's ‘Originals’ range – designed in the 50s and 60s – ongoing releases of new ercol designs are also available. In addition to their in-house design team, ercol commission some of the best in British & European design talent including Russell Pinch, Matthew Hilton and Paola Navone.  

Mobitec
Another family owned company, based in Belgium and founded in 1990.  Yes - there is a pattern forming here, as Temperature Design partner with people who care as much about innovative design, quality control and flexibility as we do. Mobitec produce their collections 100% from start to finish. Starting with their own design team, followed by purchasing all materials, and in-house manufacture, whilst of course respecting the environment along the way. All Mobitec collections are suitable for residential and commercial use, with a specialised range for aged care projects.  

Greenington
Temperature Design have a long standing relationship with Greenington, having worked together since 2009.  Greenington’s founder has over 30 years’ experience in manufacturing high quality bamboo products. Because of his expertise in working with the planet’s most eco-friendly, rapidly renewable resource, Greenington’s fine bamboo furniture has quickly risen to the top of the industry, known for its enduring beauty, style and quality. From the beginning, Greenington’s mission has been to provide customers with only the finest in bamboo furniture.

Terence Woodgate Lighting
International award winning designer, Terence Woodgate is highly respected throughout the industry for his furniture and lighting design. Working from his studio in East Sussex England, a modernist at heart, Terence is known for his simple, artistic craftsmanship and understated designs. Terence became a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in 2003 and has received several international design awards, including the Red Dot ‘Best of the Best’ and the IF ecology award (just to name a few). Examples of his work are held in the permanent collections of the Museu d’Arts Decoratives, Barcelona and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.