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Great designers like Verner Panton, Georg Jensen and Arne Jacobsen don’t come along every day. Nor do they simply appear out of the ether. Talent needs nurturing and that’s what Heal’s Discovers is all about. Unearthing the brilliance in our midst.
Each year we bring together the work of the best up-and-coming furniture and homeware designers in an exclusive Heal’s Discovers collection.
Belief in designers’ environmental responsibility is at the heart of Cox’s furniture, which utilises coppiced hazel and high-quality quarter-sawn oak. Visible construction details such as hand-cut dovetailed joints endow these pieces with understated rustic charm.
‘I’m very excited to be invited to take part in Heal’s Discovers. I’ve always been influenced by Arts and Crafts furniture, and I wanted these pieces to celebrate the Heal’s heritage.’
Based in the thriving creative hub of East London, Elton uses high-quality materials and innovative manufacturing processes to create furniture that is modern and traditionally-informed
‘The Clue table has weight at the top, but gradually becomes more delicate; the legs taper on both sides from the scoop detail, giving them an elegant, stiletto-like feel.’
Every detail of the Frame seating shows Archer’s dedication to sustainable design. From the solid ash or walnut frame to the upholstery, each element is made in the UK making this a striking example of high-quality British craftsmanship.
‘One of the key things with sustainability is to minimise the use of materials. Frame is engineered to reduce the amount of fabric needed, without compromising on comfort.’