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The National Craft and Design Centre – UK – 2016

The National Craft and Design Centre, based in Lincon (UK), had an exhibition we were part of. Bryony Windsor came to see us in June 2016 after her intern had found our company and wanted us to be part of it. Please follow the link for their website. http://www.nationalcraftanddesign.org.uk/ The exhibition went on till the […]

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The National Museum of Scotland – UK – 2016

Hard to express how happy this makes us – Our prototype willow chair has found a permanent home, where thousands of people can see it, on show at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. Our chair is flanked by Bertjan Pot and Marcel Wanders’ carbon chair and Tom Dixon’s  Fat Fresh Chair, with bloody empire […]

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The Daily Record – UK – 12 July 2016

Just snuck in to Glasgow’s The Daily Record – Great article on 30 of The National Museum of Scotland’s 3000 new exhibits – look who’s number 30! Find it online, here – http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/lifestyle/things-to-do/sneak-peek-best-treasures-10-8355864#f00eFfAUKhILOOeI.97  

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Tutti Cortex – Netherlands – 2016

Wouter, who runs a modern gallery in Rotterdam, came for a visit after seeing our Wiltshire Chair on display in the Museum Boijmans, which is not too far from his own gallery. He helped Chris Robinson who is a valued member of the team develop a miniature prototype chair and table. He has written about […]

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The Wiltshire Chair – Triptych

The Wiltshire Chair, in its various stages… This chair was grown in Gavin’s mother-in-law’s garden, and made from four Ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraxinus) grafted together. The methodology has changed, but the early success of this prototype & its grafts convinced us that this could be a viable production method. This chair has been […]

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Little Moreton Hall- Exhibition of Lamps from 20th April to 17th July 2016

We were so excited to be invited to exhibit at the amazing Little Moreton Hall, a National Trust Tudor Manor house not far from where we live & work. The Hall is extremely impressive, and its quirky and wobbly-looking outline fits perfectly with our contrasting clean, planed edges and natural, grown shapes.   http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/little-moreton-hall/features/full-grown 

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