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An eclectic range of small, sustainably-produced pieces have been released by timber recycling and furniture design studio, Thor's Hammer.
This exciting development marks an important stage of growth for this long-standing Canberra business, allowing them to continue their important mission to divert building demolition waste from landfill by using clever design solutions.
Their new collection, Thinking Small, showcases small-scale design through a suite of everyday items made from short-lengths of 100 per cent recycled timber.
"We've always worked hard to develop our furniture range and custom milling capabilities, in order to maximise our capacity to recycle timber that would otherwise be going to landfill," Thor's Hammer founder and owner (and the powerhouse behind this new line of products) Thor Diesendorf said.
"But until quite recently, we've had to reject shorter lengths of timber coming from our demolition partners as there was no way for us to work with them.
"Our Thinking Small collection changes all that."
Thor collaborated with several local designers and makers to bring the collection together, including Tom Skeehan (Skeehan Studio), Dan Lorrimer and Alison Jackson (Ferro Forma), Geoff Farquhar-Still (Artillion Studio), Jan Saltet (Green Wood Chairs), as well as the design team at Thor's Hammer.
The Thinking Small collection is available for purchase now by visiting the Thor's Hammer workshop, showroom and gallery at 10 Mildura Street, Griffith (ACT).
Explore the collection below captured by Rohan Thomson.