Invisible City have been selected to appear on the Grand Designs website.
“Invisible City recognises the importance of caring for the environment and are committed to do all they can to reduce energy consumption and waste. Responsible forest management is a key component of Invisible City’s vision for a future in which people live in harmony with the environment, whilst enjoying beautiful handmade furniture. This is why, as a predominately wood making furniture business, Invisible City only uses FSC certified woods that have been carefully selected and sourced from sustainably managed forests through the PEFC Council (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes).
Invisible City launched with the Incunabular Furniture Collection this year. Designed by Creative Director Simon Moorhouse, the collection takes its dimensions and ratios from the international paper standard ISO 216, Series A. The geometric rationale behind this series is the square root of 2, which maintains the aspect ratio of each subsequent module, i.e. A3, A4, A5 etc.
The Incunabular collection is handmade in the southeast of England and blends traditional craftsmanship with modern design. The sideboard is made using high quality, sustainably sourced, solid wood and is available in Black Walnut or Oak finished with Danish Oil.”