Method Studio design and make ingenious furniture and objects in a variety of materials, but specialising in combining hardwood, precision engineered metal and traditional leatherwork.
Tenderly and individually handmade by a master craftsman using only the finest materials - and the product of a meticulous development process – each Method piece is deeply personal and highly exclusive.
As well as work for private individuals the practise has created unique pieces for the likes of Jaguar Land Rover, Fortnum & Mason, the Glasgow School of Art and London Undercover.
Established in 2009 by second generation cabinetmaker Callum G Robinson and architect Marisa Giannasi, the goal is always to apply a very down-to-earth and practical understanding of the process of making things, with a very personal, research-driven and communicative approach to design.
Year Established: October 2009
Work exhibited at Royal Scottish Academy,2010
Starter for 6 Cultural Enterprise Award for Innovation,2011
Sole Recipient of Forth Valley Craft Maker Award, 2011
'Mackintosh by Method' Concept for a modern re-imagination of the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh (a suite of handcrafted chairs) selected by the Glasgow School of Art to furnish their prestigious Mackintosh Room, 2011
3 Pieces selected for the Scottish Enterprise Furniture & Textiles Showcase, Clerkenwell, London, 2012
Commissioned to create a series of unique handcrafted leather, aluminium and hardwood 'Craftsmanship Cases' for Jaguar Land Rover, for the Paris motorshow, 2012
Accepted for the prestigious Walpole 'Crafted' mentorship programme, 2013
Wallpaper* Magazine & Ketel One Modern Craft Project UK finalist, 2013
Exhibited work at Somerset House, London, as part of vacheron Constantin's 'Crafted: Makers of the Exceptional' Showcase, 2013
Commssioned by iconic British department store Fortnum & Mason to create a unique oak, brass and leather tea blending box for their 'Mad for Tea' Exhibition, 2013
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