Interview - Jonathan Rose image

Interview - Jonathan Rose

I am drawn to pieces that find a place in my home. I was brought up in the 60’s and the new clean post utility fashion was strong, made with increasingly sophisticated machine tools of the time which reduced the repetitive, but skilled work of the 19...

Interview - Stephen Finch image

Interview - Stephen Finch

I’m very much a materials focused designer. I enjoy choosing wood that complements my designs and aim to use it in a sympathetic way. My style constantly evolves as there are always new techniques and methods to explore and experiment with. However, ...

Interview - Max McCance image

Interview - Max McCance

I prefer working in solid wood because it is both technically challenging, and extremely beautiful.  Nothing can replace or emulate the look of a finely grained piece of hardwood.  I like the fact that wood isn’t stable – it has to be able to move – ...

Interview - Colin Semple image

Interview - Colin Semple

My work is mostly commission based so each piece is a bit different but I tend to make pieces that are a bit contemporary and feature flowing, organic curves. I mostly work with locally sourced hardwoods and like to use my pieces to show off the text...

Interview - Daniel Lacey image

Interview - Daniel Lacey

As a designer/maker of contemporary wooden furniture – my favourite material for my work is, not surprisingly, wood.  More precisely where I use a windblown or dead tree that has some meaning to my customer.  A recent example being a dead tree from a...

Interview - Richard England image

Interview - Richard England

The perfect chair! Ultimately, it’s an unachievable goal – marrying form, function and fortitude to such a degree – but it won’t stop me trying.

Interview - Janie Morris image

Interview - Janie Morris

I love working with Scottish hardwoods, they have so much unique character and I love that it’s a local sustainable product.

Interview - Adrian McCurdy image

Interview - Adrian McCurdy

I create a style of simplicity with shapes of inner-tree growth and joints of pegs and wedges. Variations of a simple stool can be endless. In essence it's explorative and timeless. 

Interview - Gavin Robertson image

Interview - Gavin Robertson

One of the most satisfying aspects to making high quality, handmade furniture, is that every day is different.

Interview - Angus Ross image

Interview - Angus Ross

‘Design is the key.’ So says Angus Ross, a furniture maker who has been running a successful business from his workshop in Aberfeldy for over twenty years.