In 1999 Central London, Steve Jones and Russell Cameron gave up their jobs within design consultancy and furniture design to pursue a shared dream of a unique but diverse furniture and lighting brand.
From their humble beginning in an old lighting factory in Wembley, North London, they had worked with designers from across the globe who called London their home. And even today they continue to embrace that vivid diversity, striving to be ‘as British as London itself’ – that is to say very British and yet highly adaptable and with a global vision. Their quirky and rebellious approach to design driven by high-spirited London culture.
This is the story of a culture with greatly antagonistic qualities – on the one hand, classical English tradition and on the other, the tumultuous punk culture. And Innermost exists in the coming together of these heterogeneous elements, purveying taste and quality with a non-conformist attitude.
We are Concept. We are Quality. We are Wit.
We are Innermost.
Glaze, by Corinna Warm for innermost
At first glance, Glaze appears to seamlessly fuse delicate sections of metal and porcelain. Yet this fusion of craft and industry is not as it might appear.
Finish options produce contrast – warm copper kitchen tones against a smooth white ‘ceramic’ finish, or harder edged versions with graphite anodising.
These pendants are as at home in a classic kitchen or dining interior as they are in a contemporary bar or restaurant.
Materials: Aluminium Colours: Cream & Charcoal, Cream & Copper, Black & Charcoal
GLAZE 14: 30cm H x 14cm diameter GLAZE 33: 20cm H x 33cm diameter GLAZE 32: 51cm H x 32cm diameter GLAZE 56: 34cm H x 56cm diameter