How We Work
"Making Your Dreams Reality"
Commissioning a piece of furniture is the process that fills the void where an ‘off-the-shelf’ product is unsuitable for your needs, whether for quality, aesthetic, function or simply you want to have something made to your exact specifications.
We work with private individuals (Residential), Architects and Interior Designers. The way we work is flexible and specific to your needs, managing all aspects of your project to give you peace of mind and achieve the very best results.
Our commissioning process follows three phases:
After the initial enquiry, Joe will make contact to arrange a site visit to introduce the Company and gather the brief (our client requirements) for the proposed project. It is important for this visit so he can explore the location, get an idea of the space in mind, look at the practical issues of the location for installation, discuss materials & finishes, likely time scales and budget including design fees. The summary of the meeting will be confirmed in writing.
This is a critical phase for all ideas and concepts to be explored with our client. 2D and 3D drawings are presented and if required, material samples and scale models of the proposed piece(s) also. The final design, confirmation of costs and time scales are then presented to our client for approval and ‘signing off’. That will then conclude the Design phase.
Once we have received the agreed deposit, workshop time is booked and we start the selection and ordering of materials for preparation. Our highly skilled team of craftsmen then commence the creative journey of transforming the design vision in to a reality through the meticulous making processes, overseen closely by Joe. Clients are encouraged to visit the workshop to see the evolution of their commission.
On completion of making, we return to site to deliver/install our clients’ new and unique furniture.
Making & Installation
If you have a project in mind, please contact us. We will respond promptly to discuss your requirements without obligation.