Custom indoor furniture
More than 40 years of experience in urban landscape designing has made us custom furniture and projects specialists.
Our bespoke furniture design team can tailor-make products to suit any design requirements, modifying existing products with tailored parts or creating a customised solution from the ground up. We can build to any and every specification.
Superior quality materials are used to make the products in our state of the art manufacturing facilities across Australia. We offer meticulous attention to detail and maintain industry-leading quality control for every piece we produce.
We have a strong commitment to the finished design of all our products and therefore we are always looking at new materials and manufacturing techniques to ensure we remain the industry leaders that our clients have come to know and that our products withstand the test of time.
Our custom street furniture projects always begin with a process of investigation and discovery. No two projects are the same, and to ensure that we deliver a great outcome for you, we’ll be asking you a lot of questions. Prepare for a little gentle interrogation.
Your project starts to take shape in our design phase. Our team of designers and engineers will explore materials, fixings, environmental influence and maintenance requirements as they create concepts in response to the Discover phase and brief.
Your custom project is now ready for construction, with any necessary certifications and permits in place. All of our projects are manufactured here in Australia, and delivered with our sensitive freight service to site, ready for installation.
Terrain worked closely with us to achieve a bespoke product, with a propriety price in a challenging environment…We would recommend them to any client looking for a high quality, cost-effective product.
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Custom-made furniture for forecourt area upgrade.
Redeemer Lutheran School
Maximising the functionality of multi-use spaces for children of varying ages requires custom designed furniture. The scope of this project was to create an area in the main gathering location of school the grounds that accommodated staged seating and circular table settings around existing shade structure posts.
Terrain Group partnered with the builder, already undertaking works on the site, to design a solution that integrated with the existing infrastructure.
Five table settings were manufactured using our jarrah tapered series battens, set on an aluminium support frame and legs. We also made a matching 3600mm staged bench. All frames were finished in DULUX Wedgewood.
Terrain Group provided shop drawings of the designs prior to production, and took care of the entire installation and works on site.
Custom made planter boxes.
The busy streets of Melbourne’s central business district see a lot foot traffic. A street beautification project incorporated square and rectangular planters, custom designed and manufactured by Terrain Group . Project scope required durable and stylish planters that would not only last but also enhance the urban precinct.
“Terrain staff worked closely with council staff and were able to incorporate design elements that reflected the historical use of the original shelter…and the final product is now receiving community praise.”
Recent Custom Projects
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