It helps to know what to expect — so here’s a useful list describing the various stages of our process.
Listen & learn
We talk things out with you to get to know your wants and needs. We get right down to the dirty details: dimensions, materials, aesthetic, any special requirements. We immerse ourselves in the context, and emerge with a rich understanding of who the product’s for, what issues are at stake, and what design problems need to be solved.
Ideas & concepts
Now that we’ve identified the design problem, we can kick off our ideation process. Bearing all that in mind, we come up with a concept that addresses those needs and issues. For brands and businesses, we do so while making sure everything aligns with your branding.
Sketch & tweak
We flesh out our initial ideas into visuals, to get a feel for how it’ll look and function. We consider details like ergonomics, materials, hardware and finishes. We design with intention: every element is there for a reason. Every detail is thought through to make useful, meticulously made, indispensable objects.
Propose & quote
We’ll send over a proposal, which includes a quote. You’ll review it, give feedback, and put down a deposit to confirm the job.
Prototype & adjust
Now it’s time to test our design. It’s a rigorous process: we only want to put forward our best work. We make a prototype (sometimes more), test it, and fix any issues that arise.
Assemble & deliver
Once we’re satisfied, and with your sign-off, it goes off to our woodworkers, who bring the product to life. And finally, installation — where we’ll make final adjustments on site so that it fits in perfectly with your space.