Opening its doors to an enthusiastic public earlier this year, The Bower Tree is a bustling social hub designed by KP Architects in the heart of Buderim. Given its arbour-inspired name, it was fitting that we used a variety of sustainable, luxury timbers to help bring this vibrant new venue to life.
As The Bower Tree boasts a variety of restaurants and entertainment areas under the one roof, the Ferrier team were tasked with delivering over 80 tables and dry bars, including two custom-fitted pieces. The result is a collection of furniture that is practical and versatile, ideal for the venue’s many uses and spaces.
Our client selected sustainable luxury timbers to contribute to the character of each distinct space.
The Ferrier team crafted a number of custom built-in items for The Bower Tree – including fixed tiled tables and a curved outdoor bench. Using a powder-coated steel frame with a marble tile inlay, the fixed tables bring understated style to one of the venue’s more ambient spaces.
Moving to another outdoor space, the custom-fitted dry bar was built using perforated stainless steel with a powder-coated finish. Its curved design seats 12 side-by-side, providing the perfect spot to perch and enjoy the buzzing beer garden atmosphere.
Utilising organic curves and free-form shapes, The Bower Tree called for furniture that complemented the uniqueness of its design. With a defined colour scheme in each area, we selected sustainable luxury timbers to contribute to the character of each distinct space.
Light spotted gum was topped with linoleum or white tile for our restaurant tables, working beautifully with the rose iron cladding of the counter. Walnut was our choice for the wine bar tables, pairing perfectly with the bar’s dark brick interior and creating a cohesive, high-end look and feel.