Join us at Melbourne Design Week 2019 where Travis Dean will share the Cantilever approach to Human Centred Design with a panel of like-minded doers, makers and thinkers at Collectivity Talks.Read More
Step inside architect Vicki McLean’s clever Northcote home, and discover how the Cantilever approach can be used to enhance the experience of every room.Read More
A supercharged kitchen for a professional foodie leads to a whole home renovation with integrated joinery throughout. Born of a great dialogue between architect and Cantilever, sharing an intimate knowledge of material, and a common understanding of craftsmanship.Read More
For our final instalment with Organic Soul Food, we complete The Mighty Rainbow Bowl: the ‘United Nations of Food’. If you enjoyed these delicious posts as much us, Bette offers tailored cooking workshops with a focus on healthy organic recipes and practical prepping methods - and - they’re hosted in her extraordinary Barkly Street Kitchen!Read More
We look at the intricacies of building a new language around Tableau with Rhys Gorgol, director of local branding studio, The Company You Keep.Read More
Come for a visit to the Hartington Street house, as Travis of Cantilever gives his insight into a detailed solution for a design-savvy client, and the enduring appeal of thoughtful craftsmanship.
In a kitchen which caught the discerning eye of Design Files’ Lucy Feagins, furnished with an enviable suite of Miele appliances, we explore ways to ensure the heart of your forever home stays functional and timeless.Read More
During the renovation process, we commonly see appliances left as an afterthought in a flood of decisions rushed at the last moment.
When it comes to the quality of a renovation, a well-designed kitchen is instrumental, and the appliances we select to go with it are just as important. This is not only for the longevity of the joinery but our enjoyment and health too!Read More
As former furniture makers, Cantilever directors Travis and Charlie share a hands-on appreciation for Featherston furniture. Arguably the godfather of modern Australian furniture design, Featherston are renowned for their innovative products designed for longevity and affordability.
Their exploration of new material, manufacturing technology and ethos ‘Design for Life’ were influential to the methodologies behind the Cantilever Kitchen Systems. With our tools down for an afternoon, we take a moment to reconnect with our shared passion - making.
Home to (almost) empty nesters Sally and Malcolm, this elegant light filled ‘downsizer’ is the cultivation of six years planning, a love for scandi design, entertaining and home cooking.
The result is a thoughtful, personalised, beautiful retreat with incredible functionality that fosters an enviable lifestyle for two: perfect for hosting family and friends or pondering life’s next adventure.Read More
Meet Mark Simpson and Damien Mulvihill, co-founders of Collingwood-based studio DesignOffice, as they bring their particular style and sensitivity to Tableau, Cantilever’s brand new kitchen system.Read More
Meet Tableau: a new, innovative furniture-based Kitchen System; the product of a two-year collaboration with the award-winning firm DesignOffice; and testament to the Cantilever brand approach to design and manufacture development.Read More
Catch up with Kylie Forbes and Travis Dean of Cantilever Interiors as they get ready to launch Tableau: our first ever product collaboration.Read More