Established in 2006, Trit’s curatorial approach brings together furniture, objects and art with a distinctly inimitable vision for inspired living. From our hub in Melbourne, we develop our own signature products, while scouring the globe to discover and partner with pioneering design voices. The result is an evolving range; unified by contemporary innovation, striking creativity and exceptional craftsmanship. Our concept showrooms are design destinations; where we invite you to be inspired by our expressive approach to tailoring spaces with personality.

PBJ Designhouse

Fifty Extendable Dining Table

Trit | Morten Svendsen

The Fifty Extendable Dining Table is part of the German Design Award-winning Fifty series by PBJ Designhouse. The Fifty series was created to mark the brand’s 50th anniversary, and to celebrate the strong Danish heritage that they have so effortlessly captured since the brand’s conception. The Fifty is the epitome of a modern interpretation of mid-century Danish design – not only is it strikingly beautiful, it features an extension system. The hidden butterfly extension leaves easily unfold at each end of the table, seeing the table go from 230cm through to 430cm, truly unlike anything else you have ever seen.


Marius Sideboard

Trit | Pierre-François Dubois

Designed by Pierre-François Dubois for Hartô, the Marius Sideboard is a testament to modern French design. Marius moves beyond function and lives in your home as a statement piece, something to be celebrated for years to come. The design is marked by its refined beauty, featuring soft, natural elements, further highlighted by the curved edges. Juxtaposed with the linear detail of the sliding doors, available in a range of colours, the Marius compliments any interior space.

Atelier 2+

Cane Queen Bed

Trit | Ada Chirakranont & Worapong Manupipatpong

Designed by two Bangkok designers, Ada Chirakranont and Worapong Manupipatpong, the Cane Bed celebrates the creative languages of both the emerging world and the established. Whilst appearing contemporary in its design, it holds its roots in the traditional methods of caning, harking back to the 17th century when Europe developed a trade relationship with Asia. Ada & Worapong choose to celebrate this relationship and the history it’s rooted in, all the while approaching their designs with a modern revival. The Cane Collection by Atelier 2+ was a first of its kind, setting a global trend from its first showcasing at Maison & Objet.

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