Thomas Lentini

Thomas Lentini — 'The Birdworth House', 2024


“The Petworth series is inspired by Lentini's favourite architectural building – the Farnsworth House, designed by Mies Van Der Rohe. The building is celebrated for its balanced union between humanity, art, and nature – a perfect source of inspiration for both a birdhouse and a doghouse.  

"If I were a bird, this is where I'd live. If I were a dog, this is the place I'd build for myself at the top of Wye River.” – Thomas Lentini


Thomas Lentini is a bespoke furniture maker and designer specialising in solid timber dining tables. His designs draw inspiration from architecture, nature, and his materials to create direct and meaningful heirloom pieces that respond to an intended space or end user. Thomas holds an Associate Degree in Furniture Design (2012) and a Diploma in Furniture Design and Technology (2011) from RMIT University. Since launching Studio Thomas Lentini in 2017, his clients have included Angle, CohenLeigh Architects, Double Monk Sydney, Homeroom Studio, Karen Abernethy Architects, Kennedy Nolan, Lovell Burton Architects, Modern Times, Nat Turnbull, Neil Hugh Office, Nicole Bell Design, Rob Kennon Architects, Robson Rak, Simone Haag, Therefore Studio and Travis Walton Architecture.



16 Mar - 4 May 2024

PET SHOP is an exhibition exploring the paraphernalia and accoutrement dedicated to pet animals, wildlife and animal husbandry. The exhibition considers our coexistence with animals and how we have adapted our living spaces to accommodate their needs and habits in objects of craft and design.


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Material: American White Oak

Dimensions: 150 x 36 x 25cm

Please note, all works will be available for collection at the end of the exhibition on May 4. For shipping enquiries, please contact who will be available to provide an Art Courier quote.  

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