Arguably Australia's most spectacular resort, Federal Group's stunning Saffire Resort on Tasmania's east coast, features Britton Timber's celery top pine.

Designed by award-winning Tasmanian firm Circa Morris-Nunn Architects in Hobart, Saffire Freycinet features a jaw-dropping array of natural materials; foremost amongst them is the Tasmanian celery top that augments the now famous soaring, wave-like ceiling in Saffire’s main entrance.

Saffire Freycinet has attracted international attention winning a number of design awards, including U.S. Interior Design Magazine’s ‘Best of Year 2010’, and that’s no surprise to anyone that has visited the resort which offers an unmatched ‘luxury lodge’ experience.

Saffire’s connection to the east coast landscape and Tasmania generally is reflected in its brilliantly thought-out design and the architect’s commitment to using Tasmanian timbers throughout.

Britton Timbers has a proud history as a supplier of choice for major commercial projects and the superb Saffire Freycinet Resort holds a special place among them.

Photos: Federal Group, Circa Morris-Nunn Architects, Tiger Media