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Featured Makers

Hangzhou Workshop make a lot of our sofas and armchairs. They specialise in intricate tufted detailing, which you can see on pieces like the Camden. We love Hangzhou Workshop’ precision with the products they make. They take their time to build something beautiful, and it shows.

Maker's Process

Selected

Selected

Hangzhou is a region known for some of the finest raw materials. This high quality is reflected in their products.

Constructed

Constructed

Hangzhou Workshop can spend more than a week crafting one design. A testament to the high standards of their makers.

Crafted

Crafted

Hangzhou specialises in tufted detailing. All done by hand, this time-consuming process is done by a group of highly skilled makers.

Tested

Tested

Quality checks are a consistent part of the production process. From start to finish. Each finished design is tested and sent to us.

Meticulous process

All furniture making at Hangzhou Workshop begins with a thorough prototype process. Their designers gather references and hand-draw very specific drawings. From there, the teams meet for planning, and decide how they will execute the design.

Meticulous process

Meticulous process

All furniture making at Hangzhou Workshop begins with a thorough prototype process. Their designers gather references and hand-draw very specific drawings. From there, the teams meet for planning, and decide how they will execute the design.

Highly experienced makers

Highly experienced makers

On average, Hangzhou Workshop employees have at least 5 years experience in furniture making. Their ages span across the generations. Younger workers receive a lot of technical training and are encouraged to grow within their role.

Beautiful backdrop

Beautiful backdrop

Hangzhou Workshop is located in a city renowned for its natural beauty. It was described by Marco Polo as “the city of heaven” for its tea fields and botanical gardens. The area is also an up and coming technology hub, home to many diverse sectors in the lighting, agriculture and textile industries.

“My favourite part of working at Hangzhou Workshop is the problem solving. I love the planning and process that goes into creating a piece of furniture, and seeing the beautiful result at the end.”

Eye for quality

Eye for quality

Wood cutting is done by a machine, while most other work is done carefully by hand. Their products go through five steps of rigorous quality checks with a final check done by our team, before it’s sent to our Melbourne warehouse.