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  • October

    PINCH features in Evening Standard Magazine

    PINCH were very happy to be included in the recent design edition of London’s Evening Standard magazine, guest edited by Fran Hickman. PINCH featured in the ‘Little Black Book of Interiors’, a brilliant round up of London’s independent design brands and shops. The wonderful collection is made up of everything from books and antiques to lighting and furniture, and serves as a reminder that the UK is alive with talent and skill.

  • September

    PINCH at Focus/20 – Design Centre at Chelsea Harbour, London

    We are delighted to be part of Focus/20 for the first time, reconnecting with the interior design community at the heart of the industry, the Design Centre at Chelsea Harbour.

    We are showcasing an elegant dining room story; a tableau that reflects our core principles of making well and making once. The collection is characterised by a quiet and elegant aesthetic, the result of tireless refinement and an intense dedication to craft and process.

    “Valuing furniture that lasts is not a new thing for us. We believe in making well and making once, promoting a design and manufacturing ethos where materials, skill, customer, and maker are all considered, and respected.”

    We would like to welcome you to come and see our dining room story at Focus/20, which runs until the 25th September. If you are unable to attend, please get in touch and we can send you information and images of the designs we have in the display. Alternatively, if you have a project in mind and would like to discuss it with our sales team, please do get in touch at

  • February

    Flow Gallery at COLLECT 2020 showcasing PINCH furniture

    This year’s Craft Council’s COLLECT show was widely lauded as one of the best to date, not only having moved home to the stately environs of Somerset House, but also because the calibre of craft works was so extremely high, and the growing list of exhibitors so global.

    We were delighted to provide furniture as a back drop to the collection of exquisite pieces exhibited by Flow Gallery, having long been admirers of Yvonna Demczynska’s space which opened its doors in London’s Notting Hill in 1999.

    Decidedly ahead of the curve Yvonna has worked passionately to create a community of designers and artists whom she represents from across the world, and hosts a rolling programme of exhibitions 6 times a year to showcase their work in her open to the public gallery. For her COLLECT presentation Yvonna enlisted the help of stylist Sania Pell and photographer Beth Evans to bring alive their theme of a collector’s home, and we were delighted to have our furniture accessorised with stunning works by Akiko Hirai, Chinoko Sakamoto and Derek Wilson to name a few.

    According to an article in the FT by Dominic Lutyens, the number of people buying handmade objects has doubled in the past year, a sentiment we applaud and appreciate deeply ourselves. When engaging with our furniture we hope our customers can feel the investment of the maker’s hand, as well as our own rigorous design intent in the way the shapes and forms are detailed and finished, and feel in personal spaces they end up calling home.

    For more information on Flow Gallery, or any of the artists featured, please click here.