collaboratives profile

Our collaborative collections are a celebration of authentic Australian design and we’ve welcomed the opportunity to work alongside such accomplished architects and designers.

All designs support local manufacturing and we are proud to showcase this talent to both local and international markets.

the ‘ivy’ coffee tables are designed by the talented melbourne architect, clare cousins of Clare Cousins architects and part of our collaborative collection.

architect clare cousins established her melbourne practice, clare cousins architects, in 2005 and has since forged a practice recognised for design excellence in residential, cultural, interior and furniture design.  engaged in projects large and small, the studio’s work celebrates the experience of space and life within it. clare’s collaboration with grazia and co explores simple forms which bring delight to everyday living with a focus on quality, longevity, and materiality. | more on the ivy coffee table



the traffic wall lights along with the stamp series are designed by the talented melbourne designer, Miriam fanning of Mim Design as part of our collaborative collection. 

mim design is an award-winning melbourne-based practice known for its creativity, high-end finishes and attention to detail. the studio prides itself on its ability to produce unique design results that are not only beautiful, but enhance liveability. | more on the traffic light,  more on the stamp side table, stamp console and stamp dining table


the millipede sofa is designed by the talented melbourne architects, Russell & George as part of our collaborative collection.

russell & george is an internationally recognised and award winning design practice spanning urban design, architecture, interior design and object. formed in 2010 by ryan russell & byron george, the practice believes in an holistic and sustainable approach to design that puts the human condition at the centre. | more on the millipede sofa


the lunar mirror range is designed by the talented melbourne designer, Mardi Doherty of Doherty design studio as part of our collaborative collection.

doherty design studio is a melbourne-based interior design practice directed by mardi doherty. mardi has over 20 years design experience and leads a team that has developed a hallmark style that’s all about exquisitely tailored interiors, creative use of materials and bespoke detailing. the studio works across many design disciplines and enjoys a collaborative process. it is best known for its artistic approach to design and highly personalised interiors that promote individuality and reflect the client’s personality or brand. | more on the lunar mirrors


the anchor side table is designed by the talented melbourne architect and ceramicist, Bruce Rowe of Anchor Ceramics as part of our collaborative collection.

established in 2012 by architect and ceramicist Bruce Rowe, anchor ceramics makes architectural and commissioned ceramic objects that aim to enrich daily life and the quality of the spaces we occupy. the studio designs and crafts authentic ceramic forms intended to evolve with use. hand made in Melbourne using high quality Australian clay bodies, the works of the studio are elemental, evoking a deep connection to place and the earth. 

anchor | more on the anchor side tables


the techne shelving range is designed by the talented melbourne architects, Techne as part of our collaborative collection.

Established in 2002, Technē Architecture and Interior Design creates bespoke spaces that enrich the human experience. Producing architecture and interior design across residential, commercial, hospitality and retail projects, Technē’s work is characterized by a thoughtful design approach. Informed by elements of art, engineering, environment and sustainability to form empathetic and cohesive spaces, the practice strives to achieve a rare duality between creative form and commercial viability. Lead by Nicholas Travers, Justin Northrop and Steve McKeag, Technē’s layered and textured designs have contributed to Australia’s modern design aesthetic, elevating its architectural expression onto the international design stage. | more on the techne side table, medium shelving unit,  tall shelving unit 


the bendy wall hook is designed by the talented melbourne architect, Donald Holt of Hola Projects as part of our collaborative collection.

HOLA PROJECTS is a multi-disciplinary design practice headed in partnership by the award-winning designer, Donald Holt. The practice has encompassed multi-million dollar, award winning projects to small design intensive developments: where ever strong design and innovation is sought. | more on the bendy wall hooks


the 'prince' range and 'etta' ottoman are designed by the talented melbourne architect, iva foschia of if architecture. 

IF architecture’s belief in a multi-disciplinary approach is central to our culture and philosophy. blending architectural expertise with interior design sensibilities produces considered, holistic solutions for our clients. our studio is devoted to the practice of architecture and interior design as a collaborative enterprise, this enables us to design unique environments that deliver character, functionality and investment value to commercial and residential spaces. we achieve a genuine exchange of ideas between the two disciplines; interiors and exteriors unite to deliver exceptional solutions, whilst drawing inspiration from an eclectic mix of art, history, textures, local contexts and client narratives. | more on the prince table,  prince side tables and etta ottoman 


the 'MPavilion stool' is made in melbourne and designed by chris connell of chris connell design for MPavilion 2019 in collaboration with grazia&co.

chris Connell has over 30 years’ experience within the architecture and interior design industry as well as the furniture industry. in 1995 chris’ pepe chair was included in the permanent collection of new york’s museum of modern art (MoMA) and in 2017 to melbourne’s national gallery of victoria (NGV). in 2018 chris connell was commissioned by the NGV to design a new chair for their great hall, named the gallery chair, it was awarded a 2018 good design award gold winner for product design.

“it isn’t every day that I’m asked to design a stool inspired by australia’s most famous architect, so I’d like to thank the naomi milgrom foundation for this very special opportunity. it has been a pleasure working with grazia&co to design and manufacture a stool that is made from start to finish in melbourne and rewarding to know that the community will enjoy the result during the MPavilion season" | | more on the MPavilion stool


the como mirror is designed by BEATRIX ROWE.

beatrix rowe is a melbourne-based interior designer. her firm, BEATRIX ROWE: works on a portfolio of interior spaces from larger residential projects, hospitality and retail, through to bespoke commissions that include pop-up events and single-room transformations.

on every project, she applies a specific rigor and attention to detail to the spaces she creates, focusing on the people who will use and enjoy them so her studio favours a calm, contemporary aesthetic; in tune with the built and natural environment. beatrix brings to each project an encyclopaedic knowledge of materials, contemporary furniture and interior possibilities; as well as her space planning, construction knowledge and design thinking expertise. the product design arm of the studio is a natural extension of the studio's work and values.

@beatrixrowe_interiordesign + @beatrixrowe_productdesign | more on the como mirror

the aerial table and aerial desk are designed by wood marsh architecture and is the most recent addition to our collaboratives.

Roger Wood and Randal Marsh have been in private practice since 1983, and their early philosophical and aesthetic ideals have been sustained to inform their architecture throughout the ensuing decades. contextual issues of locality and region underpin their diverse body of work, which spans residential, commercial and urban architecture.
the practice is renowned for its clarity of vision and its versatility, with art galleries, wineries and private homes as deftly executed as the extensive urban infrastructure the firm has created in and around melbourne, where it is based.
in each project, Wood Marsh’s founding principles are evident: the sculptural quality of the external forms, the play of solidity and transparency, and the materiality of the limited palettes. each reminds us that contemporary architecture can have permanence, and that practical design can be unique and beautiful.
unmoved by the ebb and flow of design trends, Roger Wood and Randal Marsh cite the arts, generally, rather than architecture specifically, as being of a greater influence on their practice and are proud that their work has been acquired by the National Gallery of Victoria, the National Gallery of Australia, RMIT university and private collectors.
the firm has also been recognised nationally and internationally as the recipient of more than 50 architecture industry awards including the Victorian Architecture Medal twice.

wood marsh architecture | more on the aerial table and desk