When we are approached by our clients with a new project we carefully review their requirements and pick the best materials for the job. We would love to be able to process everything in-house but we would need an immense range of equipment and an immense factory. Instead, when we can’t process components in-house we focus on working with great suppliers who can deliver the high quality of components that we need. We then finish and assemble them, together with the parts that we make to produce the excellent products that our clients are looking for.
Stainless steel parts are a really good example: we bring them in from a range of suppliers and finish and fabricate them ourselves. We have given this a component a random satin finish before building it in to bespoke stainless steel structure.
This satin finish feels almost like a fabric and is an excellent non-directional finish for stainless steel.
At the other end of the scale we are working with some bespoke wicker products made to our design by a UK manufacturer from English willow. We aren’t re-finishing these but have other assembly work to do but it’s another example of the diversity of work that we do and the flexibility we can offer our clients.