Everything is designed.
Few things are designed well.


Sketch is a Danish - owned furniture brand which designs and produces original and iconic products for homes and interior spaces around the world since 2014. 

Sketch collaborates with some of the most relevant designers of today. Together we explorer new behaviors and patterns of urban lifestyles to find solutions for simple and stylish living. 


Natadora is a collection of distinctive, well-crafted furniture that is built ro last. The style combines elements of Scandinavian and Mid-Century Modern together with diverse contemporary influences from around the globe. Timeless,unpretentious pieces with a refined elegance and enduring quality for a discerning global audience. 

Owned and operated by a Danish Family , our work is guided by a passion for thoughful design,quality materials and flawless execution. 

United Strangers

Our designs are a blend of old & new, with ethically sourced materials from all around the globe.

Each piece is then hand finished by our team of skilled craftsman, leather workers and artisans.

Root & Branch

Root & Branch furniture marries a real respect for the materials we work with to imaginative, eclectic design. 

Our pieces are rich in British character and individuality, perfectly contemporary but always timeless.

Sebastian Curi

Sebastian Curi’s (b. 1986)  bright and bold work reflects his training as an animator and graphic designer. He works in a pop style, employing cartoonish figures and playful compositions to describe ordinary scenes of life under the lens of a bright color palette.

His experience allowed him to develop a unique style of illustration centering around quirky figures who live in their own super stylised universe. 

Luc AM Pierre

Luc André Marc PIERRE is a French artist born in 1966. It was in 2015, after having worked for 25 years in the field of graphic design.

 Luc AM PIERRE's work is the result of a repetitive process of composition and deconstruction. The starting point is an intuitive and spontaneous practice of drawing, which he cuts and tears to then compose his works.