Our designers work under one roof allowing for collaboration and a flow of ideas between disciplines. This means, for instance, that our interior designers can get together with our furniture makers to design bespoke desks to fit into a new office; or our lighting specialists can create a pendant light installation specified in one of our coffee shop designs. We feel that working together harmoniously in this way means that we design more effectively and achieve more interesting results.
Our Moore chair is currently the only exception to this as the plywood part of the chair is made at a sawmill in the heart of a European FSC forest. We have chosen to use this method of production because trees go in one end of the facility and the formed plywood seats come out the other, making it a very energy efficient process. In addition, fuel is saved because we are only transporting the weight of the finished component without any waste, as when importing whole sheets of ply. Like everything else we manufacture, the bespoke steel wire frames are made here in Britain where we put the components of the chair together by hand.