Marz is an Australian design studio that brings local craftsmanship together with functional design to create a range of premium lighting, furniture and objects. Drawing on the classic forms of the art deco, modernist and mid-century design movement, all Marz products are designed in Byron Bay honouring natural materials and artisanal qualities.


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Our products are assembled and packaged in the studio and we work with a number of local and international creatives who specialise in timber, metal, ceramics and glass blowing to produce these unique pieces. Working across lighting, furniture and object, Marz® Designs products are underpinned by traditional manufacturing techniques and the inherent qualities of the natural materials featured in each product, such as grain, texture or finish.

In need of something special? We can create custom lighting and products to suit your space. If you would like to inquire about commissioning a project of your own, please contact us. We can develop custom light fittings, unique light fixtures or bespoke architectural features such as drawer handles, metalwork and joinery, designed and manufactured using a range of manufacturing methods. We work in partnership with you to engineer and fabricate a unique piece.
  Concrete Blonde by Carter Williamson. Photo by Katherine Lu.     TERRA AND ATTALOS RANGES ARE IP44   After a lot of work behind the scenes, we’re very excited to share that both our Terra and Attalos ranges now come with an IP44 rating, which
Grit Ceramics x TERRA
    Our latest range, Terra, was created with the help of gritCERAMICS; a small ceramic studio owned and operated by solopreneur Leia in the Northern Rivers region. Leia is a talented powerhouse of artistry, and working with her was an illuminating experi
    For a lot of designers, nature provides a playground of inspiration. The colours and textures of the earth provide endless ways to cultivate new ideas for objects or spaces and our latest range Terra draws on this concept. As the name suggests, Terra