We bring the work of our members to a wider audience, showcasing the beauty and diversity of furniture being produced in Scotland today. Our members are innovative, using the best of traditional and contemporary techniques and utilising a wide range of materials, from Scottish hardwoods to metal and glass.
Scotland has a rich and evolving history of furniture design and making. Our members work on a range of projects and commissions - from small products and bespoke pieces for the home, limited batch production and large-scale commissions for public and commercial spaces.
The Association’s annual exhibition, group shows and special projects provide opportunities for our members to promote themselves, their work and develop their business. These events encourage people to meet our members and see their work in person before buying or commissioning a piece of furniture.
Our website offers a digital platform where people can learn more about each of our individual members, explore a gallery of their work and make direct contact through their Members Page.
We maintain close links with Scottish Forestry and the Association of Scottish Hardwood Sawmillers and have built partnerships with a number of cultural and academic organisations, including Visual Arts Scotland, Craft Scotland, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, City Arts Centre and The Dovecot.