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We Are Bespoke

What is bespoke? We spend a lot of time thinking about that here at The Art of Bespoke. Our series of profiles proves exactly what an art bespoke making is, and how it is thriving today, with many talented craftsmen, artisans and designers creating one-off or customised products for their clients.

Tim Gosling: Bespoke Furniture Design

A Gosling games table

This year sees the 10th anniversary of Tim Gosling founding his own company, Gosling after 18 years as a Director at Linley.. Read More »

A Passion for Bespoke Rugs

Jennifer Manners can modify her own line in any colour or size, or create individual pieces to order

Jennifer Manners Bespoke Rugs is a little company with a big passion for rugs. Read More »

Buster + Punch: Furniture Design’s Cooler Younger Brother

Buster + Punch specialises in furniture and fittings from the 'Rock'n'Roll end of the interiors spectrum

Cool isn’t something you can buy, or learn, cool is something you just ‘have’.. Read More »

Rolling in the Deep

This Aquarium in a London Townhouse demonstrates the detail involved in creating a natural looking environment

Aquarium Architecture create underwater worlds for high end homes. Read More »

Tom Raffield’s Heartwarming World Of Steam Bent Lighting And Furniture

Tom Raffield - Butterfly pendant

Bespoke Lighting and Furniture designer-maker Tom Raffield achieves something special with his work. Read More »

Handmade: Brooksbank & Collins, Metalware


This week for her handmade column, Katie Treggiden speaks to artist Allan Collins and architect Tom Brooksbank about their collaboration Brooksbank & Collins through which they produce gallery and limited edition metalware. Read More »

Handmade: Nigel Matthews, Tableware


This week for her handmade column, Katie Treggiden speaks to potter Nigel Matthews, whose tableware is inspired by an 18th century tradition of repairing ceramics using pieces from other broken pots. Read More »

Handmade: Juliette Bigley, Silverware


This week for her handmade column, Katie Treggiden speaks to silversmith and metal designer, Juliette Bigley, whose work she spotted at Clerkenwell Design Week in May, about her vessels, which are both sculptural and functional.

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Handmade: Dash + Miller, Woven Textiles


This week for her handmade column, Katie Treggiden speaks to textiles designers and hand weavers, Juliet Bailey and Franki Brewer, co-founders of Dash and Miller, about their handmade fabrics. Read More »

Handmade: Nat Cheshire for Resident, Handblown Glass

Handmade Resident FI

This week for her handmade column, Katie Treggiden speaks to architect and designer Nat Cheshire about the handblown glass pendants he has designed for New Zealand based design brand Resident. Read More »

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