Kitchen Designs Adelaide | Award Winning SpaceCraft Joinery


Kitchen Designs Adelaide | Award Winning SpaceCraft Joinery

We are SpaceCraft.

Nathan Wundersitz CKD Au, Design Director
Ellen Wundersitz, Managing Director
James Davis, Leading Hand
Kingsley Lang, CNC Programmer
Victoria Beare, Cabinet Maker & Installer
Bre Tarca, Designer
Andrew Coombs, Install Site Manager
Karen Costa, Studio Manager
Peter Larkin, Apprentice Cabinet Maker
Riley Harrington, Apprentice Cabinet Maker
Kel Davis, Administration & Bookkeeping
Sebastian Scales, Apprentice Cabinet Maker
Jessie Stevens, Designer
Sarah Katsaros, Designer
Alex Tummel, Apprentice Cabinet Maker
Patrick Ball, Apprentice Cabinet Maker
Tom Brinkworth, Cabinet Maker & Installer
Oliver Morosini, Apprentice Cabinet Maker
Sam Clifton, Estimator & Drafter
Bronte Johnston, Designer


Nathan Wundersitz, CKD Au

Design Director

Whilst he mightn’t look it, Nathan has been in cabinet-making for over 20 years. As a motivated youngster, he commenced his apprenticeship with Walls Brothers in 1994, after which he paid his dues mastering his skills with both Gawler Custom Cabinet Makers and Weyland Cabinet Makers. Along the way, his talent grew and, inevitably, he knew he would only ever be satisfied working with his own clients in his own way to deliver a standard of product and service he could put his own name to. That’s why, in 2008, he and his wife Ellen lit the fuse and launched SpaceCraft Joinery. Appropriately, the business took off like a rocket. And the reason is simple. Whilst Nathan has all the skills of a master craftsman who takes painstaking delight in perfecting every detail (we call it ‘SpaceCraftsmanship’), he is much more than a fine cabinet-maker. Indeed, after two years of study, he is now fully accredited by the Kitchen & Bathroom Designers Institute as a Certified Kitchen Designer. But crucially, Nathan has that rare gift for connecting with you, your family, your lifestyle and your interests, allowing him to interpret your brief – even if it’s only the vaguest notion of what you want – and delivering something uniquely ‘you’. With a designer’s eye for balance, proportion, scale and colour coupled with his exhaustive product knowledge, Nathan can guide and inspire you to achieve a result beyond your imagination, but not your budget.

Ellen Wundersitz

Managing Director

SpaceCraft Joinery is truly a family concern. So, whilst Nathan is hands-on in the business, Ellen is the steady hand on the business. Nonetheless, having spent over a decade managing a number of high-profile graphic design studios, Ellen can offer her own creative input as well as the ever-practical family cook’s point of view to his kitchen designs. Behind the scenes, Ellen drives the strategy, marketing and systems of our business, as well as managing our people and finances.


Karen Costa

Studio Manager

As a famous man once said, this is like déjà vu all over again. It seems like only yesterday we were singing the praises of a new studio coordinator, Bre. And before you know it, we’re announcing a new one. The reason we’re delighted to do so is because Bre has unquestionably passed the audition in this role and shown all the talent we expected; so much so, we’re now easing her into a plum role in our design department. Bravo, Bre.

But, as we’ve said before, the studio manager role is one of the toughest gigs in our business: she or he (or whatever pronoun that person might relate to) is the lynchpin who just has to be across absolutely everything we do. So: why aren’t we panicking? It’s all because of Karen Costa.

In a rare moment of serendipity, we received Karen’s application for the role just as we were wrapping up Bre’s appointment. Bugger, we thought. It’s like buses: you wait ages and then two come at once. But when Bre demonstrated she was ready to rise, we knew we had Plan B. Or, rather, Plan K.

What immediately strikes you about Karen is her calm, composed and positive nature. We guess she would have needed all of that in her previous role as an administration assistant, sales representative and team leader at the Telstra store in Murray Bridge. After four years there covering three roles, it was time for a new adventure and all the roles she’ll perform with us.

Before that, Karen worked in her own family’s business, Surf N Chooks, in Mount Barker. So, a move to our family business suits her down to the ground. Especially seeing her parents still live here in Strath, where she grew up, and where she can now call in for a lunchtime serve of her mum’s magnificent spring rolls. (Jealous? Us?)

Karen lives in Mt Barker with her partner, Ninja Jim who works around the corner at Maidment Meats in Strath. If you’re wondering, he earned that nickname with an appearance on the Ninja Warrior TV show. And that tells you something else about these two: they are ridiculously fit. Karen loves running and hot yoga. (The only running most of us do is to get hot donuts.) She’s run nine torturous kilometres in the Dirt Wars obstacle course and seven kilometres in the similarly sapping Spartan Sprint. And, of course, she’s done the City to the Bay. She may not put herself in Ninja’s class but she’s got everyone here covered, that’s for sure. And throughout it all, her claim to fame is that she’s never broken a bone. (We’re more worried about breaking fingernails… and that’s just the blokes.)

As an avid traveller pre-COVID-19, who’s been to North America, Central America, Italy and the Philippines, Karen is longing to resume her wanderlust and add to her passport stamp collection. But, meanwhile, we’re very pleased this hard-working, bubbly and happy-go-lucky lady has agreed to drop her bags with us here in Strath. She looks forward to welcoming you through our doors.

Kel Davis

Administration & Bookkeeping

You know that expression, if you’ve got something you want done, give it to a busy person? Kel Davis, who looks after our Administration and Bookkeeping, proves it to be true.

Things have been so wonderfully hectic here at Spacecraft HQ that we needed some overflow admin and bookkeeping help. Karen, our Studio Manager, has been under the pump in her role. And while she’s tackling that with the same cheerful conviction she always does, there are only so many hours in the day.

Thankfully our Leading Hand Jimmy, he of the supposedly small feet, must have ears that work just fine. Because he came to us and flagged that Kel – his wife – might be interested in providing the help we needed.

Turns out Kel has a background in administration and accounts, and she’s worked as a nanny. Admin experience aside, I think we all know that managing kids requires superior organisational skills. And she also happens to have two of her own – Amos (5) and Indie (2). Tick. Tick.

So, what about competing for her time along with the photography course that she’s doing? No problem. Busy Mums are adept at prioritising their days and getting stuff done. Kel was already keen to do some work from home and has managed her time seamlessly.

In fact, she’s fast become an important part of the team. She’s very quick to learn and needs minimal instruction. As well as processing supplier invoices, expenses and preparing End Of Month payments, she’s being trained by Karen to assist with project-related invoicing and contracting. Plus, she’s helping to share the marketing/social media role by managing our Facebook feed. See what we mean about handing a job to a busy person. They just add it to their list and make it happen!

As well as being super-duper organised, Kel is an excellent communicator. We’re thankful that she blesses us with her bubbly presence in the office half a day a week too. When not wrangling kids, nailing the perfect shot, or sorting out Spacecraft matters, Kel loves a good take-away coffee while walking the dogs, and to renovate. We’re so thankful to make that list.

Bre Tarca


With a personality as vibrant as her designs and a knack for turning concepts into captivating spaces, Bre has been an integral part of our team since 2020. Bringing not only her infectious energy but also a wealth of experience, Bre seamlessly guides clients from the initial design consult to project completion.

Before joining SpaceCraft, Bre owned and operated her own business, a creative catering company - Gather & Graze. In 2018, she expanded to a shopfront, utilising her interior design skills to create an aesthetically pleasing space. This venture hit a roadblock with the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic & Bre was wanting to seek a career in a more stable, consistent & creative industry.

Bre is a self-proclaimed maximalist, she thrives on combining materials, textures, colours, and patterns like a master chef creating a recipe—resulting in spaces that are a feast for the senses. Apart from her design prowess, Bre brings a collaborative spirit to the table, making her a valuable asset in our creative ensemble. Her ability to seamlessly blend creative ideas and work collaboratively with the more technically minded team members enhances the overall team dynamic.

Armed with a qualification in kitchen and bathroom design, Bre combines her expertise with creative flair. Her achievements include being named KBDi SA Small Kitchen Designer of the Year in 2021 and winning the HIA Award for SA Kitchen Design of The Year in 2022. Her work has also earned her several finalist nominations, showcasing the consistent creativity of her designs.

When not immersed in transforming spaces or dropping a "well-timed" pun, Bre loves to be busy! She can be found hosting lunches at her Adelaide Hills Home, hanging out with her family; husband Ryan, almost 1 year old daughter Nellie & her two Cocker Spaniels Gnocchi & Spritz.

Jessie Stevens


For someone who lives in an area flush with quaint old buildings, Jessie Stevens sure knows how to revamp an indoor space. Jessie commutes to us from the charming town of Nairne. A qualified interior designer, she has a passion for creating beautiful, unique, and functional spaces for people to enjoy and brings with her previous experience as a designer at Uzit.

She’s friendly, approachable, honest, and reliable and has been a seamless addition to the team. In fact, we’re crossing fingers we can extend her two-day working week to three. Given she’s Mum to 18-month-old Harlow, do you think one more day of uninterrupted toilet trips is a good selling point?

Or perhaps we could string up a tight rope across the office? Turns out Jessie used to walk one in a kids’ circus when she was eight. This way she could practice without someone tugging at her clothing. Alternatively, we could consider whipping up some pho or laksa for lunch. Apparently, she’s a sucker for both. Maybe we should try all three? We’re that keen to have her around!

In her spare time, Jessie loves a DIY project - whether it be sewing, making, painting, or renovating her own home. Her partner Ty is a carpenter, so no doubt the house changes are impressive. She’s also a serious plant lover, a green thumb, and an avid traveller with her eyes firmly set on overseas adventures.

And for the keen music lovers out there, a bonus fact about Jessie is that she’s related to Rachel Stevens of S Club 7 fame!

Sarah Katsaros


Having nailed her ability to lift over 100kg at the gym, designer Sarah Katsaros started looking for a new creative challenge. Luckily for us, that saw her join the Spacecraft team.

Academically speaking, Sarah has a Bachelor of Interior Architecture and a Master of Project Management. Professionally speaking, she has a wealth of industry experience having worked previously at Farquhar and IJF Living (owned by parent company Lusso Interiors).

Personally speaking, Sarah’s very well presented, carries a mature head on her shoulders, and has a great sense of humour. Win, win, win!

To be honest, she was very impressive in her interview with her positive attitude, clear respect for process and a commitment to proactive communication. She continues to impress us with her friendly yet hard working demeanour.

Crafers, where Sarah resides, is a long way from her childhood home in Malaysia (a lot colder too, for that matter) but at least it’s a shorter commute to work. She shares her home with daughter Sofia and husband Nick.

Her younger years spent in a tropical paradise might account for the fact she could eat sushi for breakfast, lunch and dinner, not to mention as snacks in between. How she learnt to cook a mean avgolemono (which, by the way, is a Greek chicken soup) remains a mystery.

Not to quash dreams, but we’re kind of happy she never realised her childhood desire to become a Spice Girl, because we love having her here.

Kingsley Lang

CNC Programmer

If you saw Kingsley with his shirt off, you’d be struck by several eye-catching tattoos. Most impressive is the massive word ‘awesome’ adorning his stomach. Now, ordinarily, we’d say self-praise is no recommendation. But in Kingsley’s case, we’d make an exception because he’s very down-to-earth, outgoing and funny with a well-developed sense of humour. On top of that, he’s exceptionally positive and loyal. All of which is definitely awesome in our book.

Kingsley was introduced to us when we suddenly needed a new production programmer by Andrew Coombs, who’d worked with him previously. At our first interview, it became apparent he was our Mister Right: not only was he experienced in Microvellum, the CAD program we use here; he’s also a qualified cabinet-maker. When he started talking excitedly about the ‘back end’ of the Microvellum program and how he loves to work with formulae (yes, we’ve discovered someone who does) we had to interrupt him to tell him he was hired. (And, yes, he loves a chat.)

Four days a week, Kingsley makes the long drive up to us without complaint from Findon, where he lives with his partner, Steph. In fact, he actually loves the drive as it gives him a chance to pump up the volume on his metal, punk and grunge collection, which also gets an airing during Kingsley’s very loud Hour of Power in the factory… after Ellen has left for the day. On Fridays, Kingsley works from home and we really notice his absence: it’s so quiet, you could hear a bomb go off.

Obviously, Kingsley is very computer-literate and our go-to guy for IT queries and problems, which is awesome enough in Ellen’s book. Just as good, he doesn’t try to blind you with science and always looks for the most practical, commonsense solution.

In his spare time, when he’s not working here or commuting, Kingsley is a late-night gaming ninja. (Naturally.) But he also keeps fit by boxing and playing korfball – which is, of course, as we all know – a dynamic cross between netball, basketball and handball, and the only mixed-sex team ball-sport in the world. (Thank you, Google.) Kingsley plays with the North Adelaide Roosters in A-grade, as well as in B-grade with Steph. In 2017, his A-grade team won the grand final and their winners’ chant was “cocks on top”. We’re still waiting for that tattoo.

Sam Clifton

Estimator & Drafter

Introducing Sam, our newest team member! With over a decade of trade experience and a unique blend of technical and design skills, Sam brings a fresh perspective to the table. A dedicated family man, Sam has plans on building a home in Strathalbyn with his wife and two kids, which is AOK by us.

Sam's strengths lie in accuracy, pricing, and structural understanding, honed through owning his own business and diverse roles in the industry. In his spare time, he enjoys amateur professional photography and resonates with innovative design, so was particularly inspired by SpaceCraft.

While supporting Nathan with estimating and the design team with drafting, Sam aims to leverage his skills to help the team problem solve design challenges. Additionally, he's diving into learning Microvellum to support Kingsley in nesting.

Despite his busy schedule, he harbors a long-term goal of completing an architecture degree.

With a patient and collaborative approach, Sam is a valued addition to our team, and we're excited to see the impact he'll make!

Bronte Johnston


Bronte, a busy mom of three boys in Happy Valley, balances family life with her passion for design. In between raising her children, she pursued her interest in interior design, earning a diploma from TAFE in 2020.

Currently, she's also knee deep into a diploma in building design, envisioning a future where she and her carpenter husband run their own business.

Describing herself as quirky and unique, Bronte has a fascination with documentaries, especially the serial killer genre. If not designing, she might have studied criminal psychology! Her love for design extends to painting and embroidery, and she's a self-proclaimed perfectionist.

Bronte's most significant accomplishment? Winning the KBDi student award two years ago. In her downtime, she indulges her creativity through painting, drawing, and tinkering in Sketchup. A former straight-A student, she's fluent in Revit, AutoCAD, Chief Architect, and Sketchup — her tools of the trade for turning dreams into designs. There's no doubt Bronte's technical drawing skills coupled with her natural creativity, will be put to good use at SpaceCraft!

& Installation

James Davis

Leading Hand

Originally, James (or, Jimmy, as he’s invariably called) was spotted by one of our staff to join SpaceCraft’s installation team. At the time, all he told us was that Jimmy had small feet. And that could have been a problem. After all, our installation team’s reputation meant there were big shoes to fill. Fortunately, Jimmy fitted in as comfortably as an old pair of loafers.

And that’s despite the fact he’s both a Kiwi and a Crows fan. (At least it meant fellow-Kiwi, Kelvin, had an ally at Bledislow Cup time.) Having emigrated from New Zealand’s North Island in 2012, Jimmy now lives in Nairne with his wife, Kel, their son, Amos and daughter Indie.

A qualified furniture maker, he came to us from another firm in Adelaide because he wanted to work locally as well as take on a new challenge. And, boy, did he nail it, so to speak, becoming an exceptional installer. But when Jalen Kowalick decided to relinquish his role in October 2020 as the workshop’s leading hand to do what he loves as a lead installer, we knew just the man to fill the bill.

What this role requires is someone unflappable, calm and easy-going: a steady ship in a sea of crises. And that’s Jimmy all over. A natural leader, problem-solver and manager, it’s his job to coordinate the workflow and make sure your project is ready for installation in full and on time. Not only that, he’s also in charge of training our apprentices.

Whilst he’s very approachable, Jimmy’s actually quite quiet. But he does have a deliciously dry sense of humour, with a well-chosen wisecrack for every occasion. Speaking of cracks, Jimmy does love a renovation project, putting his skills to very good use. At home in between these projects, he likes nothing better than throwing a barbie and hanging out with his mates, one of which is a four-legged canine friend who enjoys long walks with his energetic master.

Andrew Coombs

Site Manager

They say that when one door closes, another opens. However, when Andrew left us in 2018, we were devastated to watch him walk out our door. But, to be honest, we always hoped that one day, he’d return to us. So, the door was always left just slightly ajar. And sure enough, guess whose head would pop through it every now and then to chew the fat? And who do you think we invited to the HIA Awards in 2018, because we missed him as much as he appeared to miss us?

Meet Andrew Coombs, also known as Coombsy, Co-cumba, or Maverick – the man of many talents and even more nicknames! With over 20 years of experience in the building and construction industry, Andrew is no stranger to the world of joinery and installation.

Recently, Andrew has been promoted to a new role: now, as Site Manager, Andrew's got a few tricks up his sleeve. He's the go-to guy for guiding the install team through the nitty-gritty of on-site work. Whether it's figuring out how to fit a square peg in a round hole or smoothing out any bumps along the way, Andrew's got it covered.

But that's not all – Andrew's also the master of problem-solving. Seriously, give him a challenge, and he'll tackle it with the calm and collected demeanor of a pro. Nathan swears by Andrew's ability to handle any curveballs thrown his way – and let's face it, in this industry, there's never a dull moment.

In between all the site visits and check measures, Andrew's also the guy you want in your corner when things get technical. Sometimes, a job calls for a little extra finesse, and that's where Andrew steps in, lending his expertise in an "Art Director" style role to make sure everything goes off without a hitch.

But it's not just about the work – Andrew's also the ultimate people person. He's fluent in builder-speak and knows how to bridge the gap between SpaceCraft and other trades. Clients love him for his down-to-earth approach and his knack for turning tricky situations into smooth sailing.

So, if you ever find yourself face-to-face with Andrew Coombs, just know that you're in good hands. With a few years under his belt at SpaceCraft Joinery, Andrew's not just a familiar face – he's a trusted leader. Whether he's measuring up your space or tackling a site issue head-on, Andrew's got the skills and the calm and collected demeanour to make sure everything goes according to plan. Welcome to the leadership team, Mav – it’ll be good to see you thriving in your new role!
Coombsy, Coo-cumba, Maverick: he has almost as many nicknames as he has skills. And even more reasons why we love him to bits. The most obvious professional reason is his vast experience, with over 20 years in the building and construction industry, having made everything from pieces of furniture to his previous home in the Riverland, where he hails from. (He now lives just down the road at Chiton with his wife, Kylie, and their daughter, Addison.)

He really has been there, done that and bought the T-shirt, including cabinetmaking, shopfitting, wood machining, joinery, first- and second-fixing, tiling, painting, cladding, design, CAD and drafting in his skills. (Actually, in retrospect, it may have been quicker to tell you what he hasn’t done.) Having tasted the life of a supervisor over the last couple of years away, he was super-keen to hop back on the tools with us and lead his installers from the front.

In fact, when we started looking for a replacement for our previous Lead Installer, George, who resigned to work closer to home, a little bird told us Andrew had seen our ad on social media and was sorely tempted to reapply. (That ‘little bird’ being Kylie.) A couple of days later, we caught up with Andrew in the pub and had a little chat. Before you could say ‘whose round is this?’, we’d made a formal offer and he’d accepted.

And now he’s back, it’s like he never left: he’s such a comfortable fit with the rest of our team. When you meet him, he may strike you at first as being rather tight-lipped. But when the moment is right, through those lips pass the kind of comments that are well worth waiting for, confirming that the very level-headed Maverick… er, Andrew, is a thinker just as much as a tinkerer.

Victoria Beare

Cabinet Maker & Installer

Victoria, affectionately known as Vic, is a trailblazer at SpaceCraft, challenging gender norms in a male-dominated industry. Starting as an apprentice cabinet maker, her passion for CAD and drafting led her to transition into the office, where she excelled in drafting, programming, and order management. Now, with her Cert III in Cabinet Making, she's returning to the workshop to hone her craftsmanship and blend her drafting skills with hands-on experience.

Victoria's unique skill set, combining computer literacy with practical expertise, has made her invaluable to the business. Her journey from apprentice to office pro and back again inspires women in the industry, proving there are more opportunities beyond stereotypes. While she plans to depart SpaceCraft to travel the world, her goal is to inspire others in the construction industry and challenge gender norms. Victoria's story exemplifies how women can achieve anything they set their minds to, regardless of gender.

Peter Larkin


We may never win X Lotto or Powerball. In fact, we can’t even remember a scratchy ticket that came good. But as long as we hit the jackpot with our apprentices, that’ll do us. Consider our latest acquisition, Peter Larkin, who may just be one of our best apprentices ever. (And given how happy we are with both Vic and Crabby, that’s a pretty big call.)

With the expansion to our new Milnes Road headquarters, we advertised on Facebook for a new apprentice and it wasn’t long before Peter’s mum saw it and tagged him. As it turned out, our opportunity was exactly what he was looking for. Peter was at a crossroad in his young life and really wanted to put his hands and his mind to better use.

When he left school, Peter wanted to be a chef and he really lucked-in, becoming an apprentice to none other than Simon Burr at The Olfactory Inn, which was one of Strathalbyn’s pride and joys. When The Inn sadly closed (yes, we still get pangs), it’s testimony to Peter’s talent that Simon took him with him to the McLaren Vale Hotel. Not long after that, however, Peter decided the chef’s life was not really for him. But you can take it as a mark of the young man that he stuck it out, completed his indenture and got his certificate.

At school, however, Peter did woodwork and studied computer-aided design. (Did somebody say ‘SpaceCraft Joinery’?) He loves to work with his hands and in his spare time enjoys nothing more than wrenching on cars. So, thanks to his Mum’s intervention, it wasn’t long till Peter was sitting down to talk to us and even less time before he was here working with us.

We did speak to Simon Burr (sorry, but The Olfactory Inn isn’t coming back) and he couldn’t have given Peter a better reference. In fact, Simon said we should hire him as he’d be a GREAT fit for us. And, of course, you always do what Simon says…

As it turns out, Peter is a great fit. Not to mention a hard worker and quick learner, who uses his initiative to get stuff done with minimal instruction and with exceptional attention to detail: those exquisite kitchen skills he gained under Simon will now be honed as kitchen-building skills under Nathan.

But is this hard worker as hard work as the famous chefs he sought to emulate? Not a bit of it. Peter is friendly, easy going and always up for a chat. In fact, the only negative we could find at all came back to us from his weekend soccer team. It seems every game he’s played in this last year, the team has lost. The two weeks he didn’t play, they won. Let’s just put it down to bad luck. Like when we play X Lotto.

Riley Harrington


Ever wondered about the power of a quiet achiever? We think that you should. SpaceCraft now has one of them working as an apprentice and we couldn’t be happier with his mega-watt capabilities.
Our newest apprentice Riley came to our team after being referred to us by Pete. If you happen to have read about Pete already, you’ll know we named his as favourite. And you listen to your favourites, don’t you? So, when he suggested Riley, we took the leap of faith and invited him on board.
Riley started his apprenticeship with us on January 31, after doing some work experience in the lead up to Christmas last year. He’s just completed his probationary period in and under-stated but over-achieving style.
He commutes to us from Finniss but is very familiar with Strath having been educated at Strathalbyn High School (EFS). Plus, one of his favourite past-times is heading to the pub with mates, and The Vic (in Strath) is the venue of choice.
If Riley’s not at the pub, you’re likely to see him making a dent in the couch indulging in another favourite activity – video games. But it’s not just beers and games that Riley loves. He is devoted to his 1.5-year-old retriever Daisy. Rumour has it, Daisy is a bit crazy. But love is love and when she somehow managed to dislocate her knee on Riley’s first day of COVID iso (OUCH!) he did everything he could to keep her still. No easy feat!
He applies the same level of dedication and hard work when with us at SpaceCraft. He is methodical and just gets stuff done. Our leading hand Jimmy recently introduced him to the Computer Nested Cutting machine (CNC) and he took to the training with ease. Don’t beware the quiet achievers, embrace them. You won’t look back.

Sebastian Scales

Apprentice Cabinet Maker

It’s a pretty good sign that an apprentice is going to be the right fit when they’re the ones to approach you. Apprentice cabinet maker, Sebastian Scales, was based at Simson Kitchens in Edwardstown but discovered he was keen on a broader range of experience and training.

So, when he moved to Strathalbyn to live with his girlfriend Rachael and her family, we not only offered the perfect place for expanded learning, but a handy location too. Sebastian approached us to transfer him across, and we’re glad that he did.

Sebastian’s interested in becoming an installer. He’s a hard worker who loves getting stuck into a task. He’s currently mastering the art of polishing but is starting to head out on installs too.

He spends a fair amount of his spare time trying to find a place to rent. It’s such a tight market that he’s wondering about building instead. Apart from house hunting, you can find Sebastian tinkering on his motorbikes or taking them for a ride. He’s also a fan of cricket, basketball, golf, and Moto GP.

He might be quiet and shy, but he’s also easy to talk to. Offer him a Coopers Pale Ale (his drink of choice) and he’s bound to come out of his shell.

Alex Tummel


Alex Tummel is our new apprentice cabinetmaker. He might only be 15, but he knows what he wants and has good taste too.

For starters, he left school to become a cabinetmaker and chose to work with us. Secondly, he’s a Port Adelaide supporter. (Who wouldn’t be, quite frankly? They’re SO good to watch right now!!)

Watching Alex in progress is fantastic too. He joined us in February and is learning fast. He can’t wait to see a project from the manufacturing stage right through to installation. What’s not to love about that level of enthusiasm?

Alex is what you call happy-go-lucky. He’s brought some extra banter and humour into the workshop and doesn’t take things too seriously – unless he needs to, of course.

He’s a fellow Strathalbyn resident, sharing a home there with his Mum, Stepdad, and older brother. And a handful of animals - three cats and two dogs, to be precise.

In his downtime, he plays basketball in Strathalbyn and heads over to Ashbourne for table tennis. He loves spending time with his mates, listening to rap music (with Kendrick Lamar on repeat) and claims homemade spaghetti as his favourite food.

He’ll clock up 16 years this December, but we can confirm he’s ‘sweet-as’ already!

Patrick Ball

Apprentice Cabinet Maker

Meet Patrick Ball, or as we affectionately call him, Paddy. He embarked on his career journey right after school in 2018, landing at Maidments Meat. Over there, he honed his skills and completed his meat works apprenticeship right here in Strath.

While Paddy enjoyed the family atmosphere and camaraderie with his team at Maidments, he felt a calling for change. The itch to work with wood had him yearning for new horizons. You could say his passion for woodworking was kindled back in school, where he poured his heart into crafting a dinner table for his year 12 project.

One day, Paddy casually dropped by with his resume, and his previous boss, Mark, couldn't sing his praises enough. Honest, a team player and a relentless hard worker – that's Paddy in a nutshell.

Beyond the workshop, Paddy's life is enriched with diverse interests. His wife, Joesphine, is into horses, while he's all about the adrenaline rush of rally cars and maintaining his fitness at the gym.

Hiring Paddy was a no-brainer. He's a diligent worker who can handle a manual transmission truck like a pro, has a passion for woodworking, and happens to be a local lad – a triple win.

In the time he's been with us, Paddy has already proven himself as an invaluable and dependable member of the team. Cheers to having him on board!

Tom Brinkworth

Cabinet Maker & Installer

Meet Tom, a versatile craftsman and dedicated individual whose journey reflects a combination of formal education, hands-on experience, and a strong family background in craftsmanship. Originally a student at the University of Adelaide, Tom pursued a Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management. However, upon graduation, he faced challenges securing employment in his field.

Undeterred, Tom immersed himself in the world of craftsmanship, working alongside local cabinet maker Graham Barlow in Strathalbyn. What started as an opportunity to gain some experience turned into a full-fledged apprenticeship. Tom honed his skills, often taking on independent projects alongside his work with Graham.

Craftsmanship runs in Tom's veins, with his Pop being a handyman. This familial influence contributed to Tom's ability to teach himself many of the skills necessary for his trade. His commitment and dedication caught the attention of SpaceCraft, where his application was eagerly received. We recognised the value of Tom's training under Graham, known for high standards and old-school, handcrafted methods.

However, with Graham looking to scale back, Tom found himself at a crossroads, prompting him to seek new challenges in his career. His previous role equipped him with a diverse skill set including cabinet construction and installation, design consultation, SketchUp, ordering, stock control, and manual cutting lists.

Beyond his professional life, Tom recently achieved a significant milestone—acquiring his first house in Murray Bridge with his partner. This accomplishment is a testament to his hard work and determination. In his downtime, Tom indulges his adventurous side with 4-wheel driving and surfing. His easy-going and laid-back personality, coupled with a willingness to voice his ideas, adds depth to the character of this skilled craftsman.

We are thrilled to welcome Tom to the SpaceCraft team and eagerly anticipate witnessing his growth and development within the business. His unique blend of skills, diverse experiences, and easy-going personality make him a valuable addition, and we look forward to seeing him flourish as a key contributor to our team.

Oliver Morosini

Apprentice Cabinet Maker

Oli's journey with us began when his mum, Lisa spotted an ad we posted on LinkedIn, signalling our search for a new apprentice. Intrigued, Oli stepped forward and spent a week with us during the October school holidays in 2023, immersing himself in the world cabinet making.

Currently a Year 11 student at Seaview High School, Oli is set to embark on a unique path as a school-based apprentice, dedicating two days a week to learning with us while continuing his studies for the remaining three days.

What caught our attention about Oli was not just his willingness to learn, but his remarkable attitude, excellent communication skills, and genuine eagerness to dive into new experiences. It was evident that he possessed the qualities we value in an apprentice, prompting us to extend an apprenticeship offer to him.

Hailing from Hove, Oli faces a fair commute to our location in Strathalbyn. However, he's undeterred, with plans to transition to full-time commuting once he obtains his Ps and can travel independently.

Outside of his academic and professional pursuits, Oli enjoys outdoor activities, video games, and occasional paddle boarding sessions. While he isn't particularly drawn to sports, if pressed to choose a favourite, he'd lean towards supporting Adelaide United. When it comes to food, Oli's palate leans towards the classics, with burgers and pizza topping his list of favourites.

In his personal life, Oli is surrounded by four dogs—Lenny, Chilli, Ellie, and Zulu—split between his dad's and mum's homes.

Described as not shy but rather easy-going and approachable, Oli's engaging demeanour and willingness to tackle new challenges make him a valuable addition to our team.

Ultimately, he dreams of establishing his own business, driven by his passion for learning and entrepreneurship. We're excited to support him as he navigates his educational and professional journey, confident that he'll excel in whatever path he chooses to pursue.

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