The Wishlist (copy 2)

 
 

Project Partners

AHECahec logo

For over 20 years the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) has been at the forefront of wood promotion in Europe, successfully building a distinctive and creative brand for U.S. hardwoods.  AHEC’s support for creative design projects such as The Wish List for London Design Festival, demonstrates the performance potential of these sustainable materials and provides valuable inspiration.


BENCHMARKBenchmark


Benchmark is a leading company of craftspeople and designers, founded 30 years ago by Terence Conran and Sean Sutcliffe. Based in West Berkshire on a converted farm, the team is now 50 strong in over 40,000 sq ft of workshops for timber milling, carpentry, veneering, spraying, specialist metalworking and upholstery, as well as design studio and showroom. Benchmark works extensively with hotels, restaurants, public buildings, offices and private residences.
www.benchmarkfurniture.com


LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL

The London Design Festival is a key constituent of London’s autumn creative season, alongside London Fashion Week, Frieze Art Fair and the London Film Festival. Established in 2003 its role is to celebrate and promote London as the world’s design capital and gateway to the to the international design community and it has now established a reputation as one of the largest and most exciting design events in the world. This year the Festival will run from 13-21 September and over 300 events and installations will be on offer across the capital, from an exciting programme at the V&A to a major installation within Trafalgar Square plus over 250 partners who will participate in the nine day Festival.
www.londondesignfestival.com

James Latham
JAMES LATHAM

A consignment of American white oak, walnut, tulipwood and cherry was kindly donated by timber and panel products distributor James Latham for this project.

Visit www.lathamtimber.co.uk for more information.


Northland Forest ProductsMorgan Timber MORGAN TIMBER and NORTHLAND FOREST PRODCUTS

Morgan Timber, based in UK and Northland Forest Products, based in USA kindly donated thermally modified American ash for 'Paul's Shed'. 

Visit www.morgantimber.co.uk or www.northlandforest.com for further information.