Using CNC machines to reproduce a one-thousand-year-old style of Japanese joinery.
Andrew Tarplee’s short story has resonated with us – partly because it shows off Cornwall particularly nicely and partly because we like all that Andrew stands for. A great little watch!
It’s always a great start to the day when you stumble on a product perfect for a particular space. Maharam‘s privacy curtains would lift any healthcare interior and they are going to look great in our private healthcare clinic project.
Graft is a series of tableware that takes your meal back to it’s roots. Inspired by fruit and vegetables, this set of cutlery is not only the perfect conversation starter at a dinner party but is engineered with biodegradable plastic derived from raw vegetable fibres so you can sleep easy at night in the knowledge you are doing your bit for the planet. Our studio is crying out for some!
The Baulk Head Bench designed by Boex for the Fisherman’s Mission baulk art auction. The bench is sandblasted to keep the grain whilst the snapped timber is emphasised by the glass panel showing the power of the ocean and the damage it can do.
Working on an exciting project at the moment with the National Trust, using reclaimed containers to create a portable mini visitor centre and toilets to replace the existing facilities down at Kynance Cove, Cornwall.Read More
Here’s an exclusive look at our new product the ‘Cove Pendant’. Hand made in Cornwall from wicker with a distinctive colour band, each pendant is made to the client’s requirements with a range of colours, sizes and shapes to choose from. Our most recent order is being installed in a restaurant in Shoreditch, London.Read More