Long Forest, Victoria Organisations & Schools
- Suite 2, Level 1 Heidelberg Road, FairfieldMelbourneVIC307847504
FURNITURE IS FASHION! The Australasian Furnishing Association (AFA) is a peak Australasian industry association representing the interests of the furniture sector from raw material supply through to the end user. Collectively the industry supply chain employs more than 250,000 people nationally. The AFA is committed to helping Australian designers and manufacturers of both residential and commercial furniture, suppliers to the industry, retailers, allied associations, key corporate and government stakeholders and individuals. For more information on the AFA and benefits that AFA members receive, please visit Our Services <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.australianfurniture.org.au/our-services">http://www.australianfurniture.org.au/our-services</a> Australian Furniture for Every Room in the World!
ATFA is the leading body of the Australasian timber flooring industry using local professionals with world class standards. ATFA industry intelligence is passed on through its members. ATFA offers a FREE service to help consumers make the best decisions about their timber floor. The ATFA website will locate a professional (member) nearby, arrange a quote and the right advice (as a lot can go wrong without the right advice). Natural Timber Flooring is more energy efficient, a sustainable resource and looks better than any other flooring surface.Timber Floors represent 30% of the flooring market currently and this figure is increasing steadily.
CEDIA is the global trade association and central touch point for over 3,700 member companies worldwide who design, manufacture, and install technology for the home. CEDIA is committed to helping members at every level set a pathway to prosperity by offering industry-leading education, training, and certification; providing opportunities, and cultivating awareness with industry partners and consumers. CEDIA works for you.
- PO Box 546, East MelbourneVIC3002
Welcome to the Cabinet Makers and Designers Association. Our members are designers, cabinet makers and installers of all forms of cabinetry for the built environment including kitchens, bathrooms, built-in and free standing furniture in both residential and commercial developments. The CMDA committee is made up of a body of people from the cabinetry and associated industries to ensure that representation and wealth of knowledge are available to members and to grow the association as a whole.
- Level 11, 10-16 Queen Street MelbourneVIC3000
Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited (FWPA) is a not-for-profit company that provides national, integrated research and development services to the Australian forest and wood products industry. We are committed to helping the forest and wood products industry to be collaborative, innovative, sustainable and competitive against other industries and products available in the marketplace. Supporting innovation and sustainability We support research and development that promotes internationally competitive and environmentally sustainable practices. We promote activities that enhance employment opportunities and contribute to growing Australia’s reputation as an innovative producer of high-quality forest and wood products. Directed by our members and constitution Our mandate is determined by our members, who comprise wood processors, forest growers, and Australian importers of forest products. We operate within the rules and laws set by our Constitution, the Corporations Act of 2001 (Cth), and a Statutory Funding Agreement (SFA) with the Australian Government. We have a Board of seven Directors and our head office is in Melbourne. Read more at: <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.fwpa.com.au/about-us.html#sthash.zvYvjkCX.dpuf">http://www.fwpa.com.au/about-us.html#sthash.zvYvjkCX.dpuf</a>
Australia's leading online source of information and inspiration about designing and building with wood and wood products, WoodSolutions is resourced by the industry body, Forest and Wood Products Australia Ltd (FWPA).
Welcome to the Acorn Interiors portfolio. This accomplished professional is thrilled for you to peruse the works on display here. Have a look at all the great ideas, design inspiration and progress so far, and make sure you don’t miss out on any future creations
- 67-69 Cromwell St CollingwoodVIC3066
At the Mercer School of Interior Design, we approach education with a different perspective. In addition to providing all of the essential skills for a successful career in design, we challenge our students to think beyond the latest trends by providing them the tools to discover their own unique styles. With an exclusive focus on Interior Design and Decoration our nationally accredited courses and master-classes are developed and taught by the industry’s leading innovators. Furthermore, our studio-style spaces and small class sizes guarantee that our students receive the first-hand guidance they need for a successful future in the field. As a flexible learning option, we have developed a state of the art user-friendly online program, incorporating learning platforms utilized by top universities such as Yale and NYU to create a rich interactive online experience. We offer optional field trips interstate and overseas. These trips provide students with inspiration and knowledge through showroom visits, experiences and industry exposure. At Mercer, we’re dedicated to creating and shaping the next wave of interior design. Collarts RTO 0109
Independent Builders Network is a professional network of local builders, working together to offer home builders a higher quality, more personal & better value for money service.
- 1/175 Collins Street MelbourneVIC3000
The Design Institute of Australia (DIA) is Australia's peak membership body for professional designers and design businesses. Membership of the DIA indicates a designer’s status as a qualified, experienced, ethical practicing professional. It also provides designers and design businesses with support, networking, services and information to improve professional and industry practice. Since its formation in 1947 the DIA has been actively improving the community recognition and status of professional designers. It is a professional body for designers, founded by the design professions, and run and funded by designers. The DIA promotes the value of professional design and designers to industry, business, government and the community through its National Council and State Branches. The DIA champions the importance of design in building the commercial and cultural wealth of Australia. On behalf of its members the DIA is a member of major international design organisations including IFI (International Federation of Interior Architects and Designers) and APSDA (Asia Pacific Space Designers Association).
- St KildaVIC3182
Specialised Textiles Association (previously known as Australian Canvas & Synthetics Products Association, ACASPA) has been representing the industrial fabrics/specialty fabric/ textile industry since the 1940’s . Our industry includes manufacturers, importers, suppliers of fabrics and equipment, manufacturers of finished product and services that support this industry. The variety of product supplied by our members is endless and includes: outdoor covers, awnings, blinds, shade sails and structures, canopies, dam liners, grain covers, marine covers, tarpaulins, banners, camping annexes, tank liners, yacht sails etc. Our members provide product and services worldwide. They are recognised as innovative leaders in the industry and have been honored with Awards internationally. The annual Expo and Awards for Excellence are a major focus for the industry. Specialised Textiles Association produce Connections magazine that keeps the industry up to date with business and technical knowledge. As an industry association, Specialised Textiles Association provides industry support, market trends, training, accreditation and licensing, and lobbying of State and Federal Governments. Specialised Textiles Association is a not for profit Association that is managed by volunteer Council of Management and employs an Association Manger and support staff with a national office based in Melbourne. Specialised Textiles Association has affiliations with many organisations, locally and internationally, including IFAI, OFPANZ, TTNA, WCA, LSAA, TFIA.
ArchiTeam Cooperative is membership association for Australian architects working in small, medium and emerging practices. ArchiTeam was founded in 1991 on principles of networking, sharing and peer support. We have a long, proud history of supporting Australia’s small, medium and emerging architecture practices and strive to be their collective voice.
At General Assembly, we are creating a global community of individuals empowered to pursue work they love, by offering full-time immersive programs, long-form courses, and classes and workshops on the most relevant skills of the 21st century – from web development and user experience design, to business fundamentals, to data science, to product management and digital marketing. Established in early 2011 as an innovative community in New York City for entrepreneurs and startup companies, General Assembly is an educational institution that transforms thinkers into creators through education in technology, business and design at fourteen campuses across four continents.
Wood. Naturally Better.™ The Wood. Naturally Better.™ website has been created to give you information about Australia's forest and wood products sector. The aim is to help everyone understand the natural advantages of wood and its positive contribution to reducing the effects of climate change. Wood. Naturally Better.™ is resourced by Forest and Wood Products Australia Pty Ltd (FWPA, www.fwpa.com.au) and is a collaborative effort between FWPA members and levy payers; it is supported by industry peak bodies and technical associations. © 2011 FWPA. Make It Wood Make It Wood - Do Your World Some Good is Planet Ark’s campaign to encourage the increased use of responsibly sourced wood as a building material. When sourced responsibly, wood can play a big part in helping tackle climate change. Make It Wood details the benefits of wood and provides examples of how responsibly sourced wood has been used across the world as a building material and for everyday items. MakeItWood.org Planet Ark's Environmental Edge Planet Ark's Environmental Edge is a series of information-based TV advertisements designed to increase understanding among consumers of the environmental benefits of the featured products and services. A large body of research suggests that consumers are hungry for simple and accurate information to help them make better environmental choices but they're also skeptical about many 'green' claims. Planet Ark verifies the claims of the featured products or services to ensure they are true, accurate and represent an environmental improvement over alternatives. Planet Ark is not necessarily endorsing the full company or its full range of actions, products or services. www.planetark.org www.environmentaledge.com.au