We had a call from NIDA in Sydney to make them a feature table for their campus. It was a bit of a thrill working for such a well regarded institution knowing that future screen and stage stars would come into contact with our work! Read MoreRead More
We swung past Grease Monkey in Braddon to check out how their recycled timber furniture was settling in 12 months after opening. Naturally we also had a few craft beers and some burgers!
These guys have done an amazing job with the venue, converting an old mechanics garage into a great space for eating burgers and fried chicken! Read MoreRead More
When the Australian HQ for Twitter needed a super amazing board room table, they knew just who to call, Thor's Hammer!
Made by our team of master crafts people in the joinery using White Oak Natural Edge Slabs salvaged from Canberra street trees, this table now sits high above Pitt Street in Sydney's CBD. Read MoreRead More
We have been working on a really exciting bench top project for a client's lodge in Thredbo. It's nearing completion and we're stoked about how it's turning out so we thought we would share some snaps!
We worked with the client designing a massive kitchen waterfall, dining bench, ski boot bench, library and vanity, the main aim being to build using hardy, lasting materials which is what we have specialised in for over 21 years. Read MoreRead More
This Blackbutt floor has just finished being laid in Downer using timber we recently salvaged from RAAF Richmond.
The client came to visit us at the brickworks to view samples, we discussed how their house is used and the final look and feel they wanted in terms of colour and finish to narrow down sample selection. Read MoreRead More
After our Design Canberra Exhibition in late 2014 we had a number of clients come to us with ideas inspired by the pieces from the exhibition. This exhibition was all about showing the vast possibility of recycled timber as a material.
This table design came to us from a client inspired by a piece at the exhibition. We really enjoyed working with the client to develop a design met their needs and would last a lifetime. Read MoreRead More
Thor’s Hammer sent a big truck load of recycled timber over to Campbell 5 for the cladding on their Display Office & Gallery, it looks fantastic!
This cladding was supplied with minimal processing to retain the rustic aesthetic and texture of the recycled timber. Minimally processed timber can look great and is a lower cost option than fully processed timber. Read MoreRead More
Check out this amazing house that just finished construction!
During the design process the home owner and architect visited us here at the Brickworks, we spent some time together looking through the huge variety of recycled timber we have available to narrow down a final selection that fit with the look and feel of the house. Read MoreRead More
Groomed Barber Shop has just opened on Londsdale St Braddon, their western saloon style looks great, their straight blade shaves are incredible, and the timber in their fit out has a cool story!
Thor’s Hammer has just finished the making the recycled timber components of the fitout at Akiba, Bunda st, Canberra City. We went along to the trades opening, the venue looks fantastic! It’s full of recycled timber, awesome steel work and the food is incredible, with heaps of fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Read moreRead More
We always get a bit sad when we see a nice old house getting knocked down, it's a piece of the suburb's history disappearing and they don't build them like they used to.
It's not all bad news! These old houses were 'built right' with hand cut hardwood trusses, there is plenty of really good timber in them!
The timber in the roof trusses makes great rustic decking boards read moreRead More
The Cyclery in Braddon have just finished their awesome new fit out with heaps of recycled timber, they have bikes too!
Last year we scored a megaload of timber from the Q Stores Woolstores in Alexandria including a bunch of short posts that were used as stumps to hold up the floors of the old woolstores. You can see a pic of the demolition and the stumps arriving at our workshop. Read More