Hendzel + Hunt: Reclaimed Aesthetic Made in Peckham

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Hendzel + Hunt are a vibrant, young design studio based in South London, specialising in the manufacture and design of bespoke cabinets and furniture using reclaimed and sustainable materials, to create custom made products as well as their own range, Made in Peckham.

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With engineering backgrounds to support their skills as craftsmen, Hendzel and Hunt highlight the origins of a product using balance, proportion, and composition to transform rough materials into objects of desire.

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Hendzel and Hunt are pushing what can be achieved in the reclaimed aesthetic, whilst aiming to establish a tangible relationship between maker and owner.

fenwick_ladders_mainThe final pieces represent a process that allows the public a far greater understanding of the products life cycle.

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Ranging from single pieces (such as this cabinet and table featured in our previous posts) to complex and sophisticated interiors, their dedicated multidisciplinary team, strive to bridge the gap between creativity and engineering.

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Through the considered application of materials, style and a unique approach to the design process Hendzel + Hunt produce innovative and exceptional work.

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