Umber by Tréology



Umber Console

Featuring a scalloped, recessed detail made from ancient Kauri timber, the Umber console echoes the same base elements as the Umber Dining Table. Bring focus and warmth to any setting.

Umber Credenza

Use of touch drawers and doors result in a natural grain surface unmarked by handles. The scalloped, recessed Kauri panel offers storage for small items. Wide doors open either side providing greater storage.



Umber Side Table

Designed to fit seamlessly in any setting or to stand alone in its own right, the Umber Side Table’s unique placement of legs and support structures create changing perspectives.


Umber Chair

This chair’s distinctive angular profile was inspired by the contrasting angles of New Zealand’s Southern Alps. Designed to sit comfortably in its own space, the Umber Chair offers a low, laid-back sitting position for relaxed enjoyment



Umber Rocker

Umber Rocker also available with sheepskin shearling.

Umber Dining Table

A subtle expression of natural beauty and craftsmanship, the Umber Dining Table was created by taking a trapezoid form and establishing juxtapositions with the base and top elements.


Ebb & Flow by Tréology


Ebb & Flow Credenza



A short video on the design inspiration for Tréology Collection Ebb & Flow.


Awa Kõpaka by Tréology


Awa Kõpaka Credenza.



A short video on the design inspiration for Tréology Collection Awa Kõpaka.


Haast by Tréology


Haast Dining Table

Totara rescued from Turnbull River, NZ


Haast Dining Table

Haast Credenza


Haast Armoire


Haast Coffee Table


Haast Slipper Table


A short video on the design inspiration of the Tréology Haast Collection.


Odyssey by Tréology


Odyssey Dining Table


Odyssey Dining Tbale

A video on the design inspiration behind the Tréology collection Odyssey.






A sculptured ambient light inspired by our observations of windswept tress along the hilltop walking tracks of Banks Peninsula.
The base is crafted from Timaru bluestone, acknowledging the volcanic history of our land. The sculpted wooden form is created from an ancient Rimu tree rescued from the water of Milford Sound.
Together, they are our contemporary visualisation of nature’s force on the Banks Peninsula through functional art.