Founded by Australian designer Justin Hutchinson in Melbourne, Kett realises the mission to design and manufacture furniture locally using authentic materials. Translating natural Australian landscapes into furniture collections, the Kett story manifests ‘a distillation of oceans, cities, mountains and deserts, complex in light, colour, texture and form’.
The inaugural release of Kett’s indoor and outdoor collections marked a celebration of the Victorian coastline along the Great Ocean Road and into the Great Otway National Park through recognisable landmarks – Addis, Aireys, Johanna, Otway and Wye. Kett recently added the Erskine collection to their offering, inspired by the Erskine Falls in Victoria’s Otway Ranges.
The Erskine collection debuts in the Elwood Home by Fieldwork Architects, a project that recognises ‘Australian landscapes and creatives’. With Kett furniture front and centre, the home also showcases Australian lighting from Rakumba, bed linen from In the Sac, and Australian art and ceramics from Boom Gallery and Ghost Wares. Stepping inside four spaces in the Elwood Home, we see how Kett pieces, including the new Erskine sofa, reflect the Australian way of life through aesthetics and ethos.
Produced in partnership with Cosh Living