British designer Max Lamb and Danish manufacture Really, produced 15 piece of free standing furniture for Milan design week showing the wide variety of techniques that can be used to fabricate furniture and 3D projects using Really’s newly developed recycled textile board. “Really” panels are manufacture from waste cotton, denim and wool, using high pressure and heat. Max Lamb’s installation for Really is on show until 9 April at Via Pietro Maroncelli 2017 as part of this year’s Milan design week. Cut and Construct worked with Max developing the CNC fabrication techniques used to produce the benches, prototypes leading to the final production run. Read More
Cut and Construct made CNC flat pack spruce ply stands for the 2015 London Design Festival. The Aram Gallery is hosting 2°C, exhibition shows works from a wide range of design disciplines to reimagine the public communication of climate change. 2°C was brought together by Disegno magazine and designed by award-winning creative agency Universal Design Studio, curated by The Aram Gallery’s Riya Patel.  The exhibition includes work by  Dominic Wilcox,Ilona Gaynor, Maria Blaisse, Marjan van Aubel, Neri&Hu, Parsons & Charlesworth, PearsonLloyd, Ross Lovegrove, Sam Baron and Universal Design Studio.   Read More
CNC cut Birch Plywood seats and back rests for Assemble Studio. The chairs were designed and made by Assemble Studio for Clerkenwell Design Week.  Read More