Beautiful and affordable
We avoid the damaging practices of the office furniture industry which drive up costs, greenhouse gas emissions and waste.
Our 200+ projects prove that every office can be beautiful, sustainable and cost less.
Furniture from virgin resources contributes 30% of the carbon footprint of a commercial building over its entire life .
We reduce this by 80% by:
1. Remanufacturing high quality used furniture (like Vitra and Herman Miller) to as-new condition in a quality-controlled engineering process
2. Creating exciting furniture from waste (e.g. plastic)
Our Circular Economy approach:
- Reduces waste (including remanufacturing clients’ existing furniture)
- Creates social value, through the local long-term unemployed and disabled staff that we employ
- Saves money for clients
We offer free award-winning office design assistance, which has helped to create some of the UK’s most sustainable offices.
How can we help?
Design & furnish
& fit out work if needed
Refurbish or clear
your old furniture
We remanufacture brand name office furniture back to as-new condition and create our own sustainable furniture ranges from waste materials. We create significant cost savings with no compromise on quality.
Remanufacturing is a quality-controlled engineering process that takes the durable elements of an office furniture item (such as steel frames), checks and refurbishes them, and then rebuilds the item around them.
The result looks and performs as new, but at a significant cost saving, both economically and environmentally.
We provide our award-winning sustainable design assistance at no charge, helping designers and clients to create wonderful workspaces that reduce carbon emissions and support local jobs.
We save money by improving staff health & productivity and reducing furniture, flooring and electricals costs.
Use the Circular Economy to create an office that is comfortable, beautiful, sustainable and affordable.
£ savings for clients
kgCO2e greenhouse gas emissions saved
Tonnes of furniture remanufactured
Hours of employment for those furthest from the workforce
A Social Enterprise recycling paint
The four ways to decarbonise buildings
Products from waste
Cost-effective changes you can make in your own office
 Source: Treloar, GJ. Et al, 1999, Embodied energy analysis of fixtures, fittings and furniture in office buildings, Facilities, Volume 17, Number 11, pp. 403-409 (Accessed on 14 June 2019 at https://www.academia.edu/18481731/Embodied_energy_analysis_of_fixtures_fittings_and_furniture_in_office_buildings)