Tressel Table Co.

Ketel One - The Modern Craft Project

 

I was lucky enough to be asked to be in a photograph for the Ketel One - Modern Craft Project recently.

Although I am pretty sure I won't win the grand prize, I hope you all entered and that one of you walks away with the cash!

Thanks to Frankie Mag and the Smith Journal for organising this and letting me be part of it.


Written by Patrick O'Brien — January 15, 2013

Monument Magazine

 

Written by Patrick O'Brien — January 15, 2013

House & Garden Magazine

 


Tressel Table Co. has a little mention in this months House & Garden Magazine. We are featured alongside fellow plywood merchants Ply Candy. Grab yourself a copy to check out all the other awesome houses and articles.

Written by Patrick O'Brien — September 04, 2012

In The Workshop

 

Written by Patrick O'Brien — September 04, 2012

Fathers Day Winner

 

As a whole bunch of you will already know, The Design Files recently held a Fathers Day prize giveaway. Tressel Table Co. was delighted to donate a table to the cause, because dad's are the best. With over 1000 entries, the raffle was highly competitive with long list of manly products being handed out.

We'd like to congratulate Pete Drake from Melbourne, who's luck was on side with the table God's - winning himself a brand new Tressel Table Co. table. The prize will be hand delivered before the end of September.

A big thank you to the team at The Design Files, everyone who entered, and of course to my father. Love you Dad!


Here is a link to the competition page.

Written by Patrick O'Brien — September 04, 2012

Habitus Living

 

The friendly folk over at Habitus Living have a little write up on us on their website.

Click here to read the article in full.

Written by Patrick O'Brien — September 04, 2012

THANKS!

 

Written by Patrick O'Brien — September 04, 2012

In The Workshop


 


Written by Patrick O'Brien — September 04, 2012

Introducing - Pop & Scott

 




Pop & Scott is a new creative workshop operating one street over from Tressel Table Co. in Northcote. This fascinating and awe inspiring space is home to several creators of many disciplines - including florists / painters / ceramicists and of course woodworkers! We have been using their vintage table saw to cut our Birch Ply, getting it ready to be transformed into our Tressel Tables.

They recently launched their website which outlines their reasonable hourly rates, hosts a online store full of goodies and has a little bit of info on the team. Check out the Pop & Scott website here or see them in the latest copy of Frankie Magazine.

Written by Patrick O'Brien — September 04, 2012

Better Living Through Design

 

Tressel Table Co. was lucky enough to have a small write up on the American Design Blog - Better Living Through Design.

Visit the post here

Written by Patrick O'Brien — September 04, 2012