Luke Hughes design and engineer custom & bespoke furniture that connects seamlessly with architecture of notable buildings, providing practical solutions that delight the eye and reward the user. Every piece of Luke Hughes bespoke furniture is built to last, adding value over many years as a considered addition to the environment in which it is placed.
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Keeping notable buildings relevant for decades is all about designing versatile furniture that meets the needs of those who must use it. We spend time understanding those needs with the users themselves.
“The Jin-dynasty poet, Tao Yuanming, wrote in “The Peach Blossom Land” about a fisherman who stumbled on a magical village where, on entering, visitors lose their sense of time and forget to leave. That is what the library feels like. One of our G11 students
Kacy Song | Director of Libraries, Keystone Academy, Beijing
“Outstanding. Not a blemish. Delighted. Many thanks.”
Ian Ritchie | Principal & Founding Partner, Ian Ritchie Architects
“Thanks to you and the whole Luke Hughes team for a superb job. It has been a real pleasure doing business with you and ... we are delighted with the result.”
Project Manager | St Mary's Church, Ealing, UK
“We had used Luke Hughes before for some tables and chairs in two of our meeting rooms at Broad Street. We were so impressed with the beauty, quality and robust nature of the furniture that we knew they were the best company to use for our new Pavilion. Josh from Luke Hughes was extremely helpful at suggesting the right tables and chairs and wood shade to complement the wood in the Pavilion. Luke Hughes attention to detail and customer service is second to none and we are all so pleased with the results.”
Frances Wright | Domestic Bursar at Balliol College