The London Library
Working with architects, Haworth Tompkins, we made around one hundred pieces of individual furniture, all with contemporary lines and designed for modern day use whilst harmonising with the historical setting, existing furniture and architectural features of the library.
Evidence of our craftsmanship can be seen throughout the library. Patinated brass, dark oak, reeded glass and leather in shades of oxblood have been incorporated throughout the library linking the rooms together and helping to merge old with new.
In the Prevost Room, we were commissioned to make reading desks and chairs. The chair was a bespoke design for the library and many hours were spent designing and prototyping a chair that would have the strength and durability to last a lifetime whilst ensuring maximum comfort for reading.
See more examples of the bespoke furniture and fittings that we have made for offices, hotels, restaurants, public buildings and private homes.