Galvin Brothers collaborate with The Jameson Works

Over the past few months, Yorkshire based contemporary furniture makers Galvin Brothers have been working hard to turn part of a London bar into the ideal whisky drinking den.

Approached by Jameson to be part of The Jameson Works; a community for makers which sees the whiskey brand work with creatives on different projects, each one focusing on the process of how they make what they make, Galvin Brothers were tasked with creating e a range of furniture, working to the brief “Form & Function.”

Matthew and Andrew Galvin produce contemporary handmade furniture from their workshop in Beverley, East Yorkshire. The business was formed as a partnership between Matthew Galvin (designer) and Andrew Galvin (joiner) in March 2012 building on their Father’s 61 years of joinery and cabinet making experience.

Our designs celebrate the uniquely wonderful properties of English Oak and other solid woods, placing traditional joinery techniques at the centre of contemporary forms — functional objects with a twist.

A bespoke range of handmade furniture designed and built by the brothers will be unveiled at legendary London bar The Reverend JW Simpson who will offer a first look at the space this week.

Open daily from Thursday 2nd July at Reverend JW Simpson, 32 Goodge Street, London W1T 2QJ.  @Jameson_UK

Photo credits: Galvin Brothers, Protein / It’s Nice That



Posted on Jun 30th, 15 by | Twitter: @lisahassell

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