Hydrowood Celery Top shines at the Australian Wooden Boat Festival

The Australian Wooden Boat Festival, held biannually in Hobart, has become the largest Wooden Boat Festival in the Southern Hemisphere, attracting maritime enthusiasts from around the world. A highlight of this year’s event is a handcrafted Celery Top boat born of a collaboration between Tasmania’s Wooden Boat Centre, the U.S. based North West School of Wooden Boat Building and Hydrowood.

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A homecoming design: Franklin Square

Nestled within the heart of Hobart between the city and historic Sullivan’s Cove, sits one of Hobart’s classic parks, Franklin Square. A quiet refuge for office dwellers on their lunch breaks and a sanctuary for tourists and families alike, this iconic park has maintained its existence since the 1860’s and has just undergone an award-winning revamp featuring Hydrowood Celery Top.  

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Grandeur and a 5 Green Star Rating: Hydrowood Delivers

Salamanca Building is the new primary workplace of Tasmania’s government agencies, including the Department of Premier and Cabinet. The architects, FJMT were tasked with achieving a 5 Green Star rating and creating a unique sense of identity for staff and visitors. FJMT wanted their interiors to mirror the beautiful Tasmanian landscape, and they wanted to create committee rooms that were apt for the grandeur of future proceedings. They chose Hydrowood, to be crafted into tables by talented local designer/makers, and they couldn’t be happier with the result.

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Landscape Restaurant – an atmosphere crafted to perfection.

On entering Landscape Restaurant & Grill in Hobart’s historic waterfront precinct, it is immediately evident that the interior has been crafted to create a specific mood. The setting is dark, and rich, and warm. The fit-out was inspired by the island of Tasmania and the famous artworks of landscape painter John Glover. Each element within embraces the history of the place.

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