We are going all the way.
Craftmanship is regaining popularity and for a good reason: having bespoke nontemporal objects which last for generations is a part of our human heritage and identity.
Each project we undertake is by it’s nature unique. There is no standard procedure or process. We take our time in understaning the client needs and prepare forthe journey. We call it the “coffee phase” and never stress enough on how important is to sit toghether as much as needed to understand the best way to proceed.
Design is the very last act of a continuous exchange undertaken with the client and the craftsman. As designers we need to transfer in a new product the client needs and the craftsman “tacit knowledge” learned through a whole life of experience.
“It is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes your rose so important.” ―