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1830

The Great
Industrial Revolution

Making was mobilised, mechanised, and centralised. Gone were the days of hand crafting. Now, things were made by the many.

It was hailed the world over for taking humanity forward. But what if handing over control to the few actually took us back?

After 200 years, isn’t it time to put power into the hands of makers again?

2021

It’s time to start the
Un‑Industrial Revolution

This Autumn, we’re launching something that will give back freedom to makers everywhere.

It will de-centralise creation, allowing you to create scalable production lines on your desktop.

Join us, as we lead the charge to take back making for the masses.

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Meet the makers leading the Un‑Industrial Revolution

Evka Home

Graphic Designer turned Jesmonite homewares maker, Ewa swapped her in-house design job for self-employed sanding and custom mold making during lockdown. Her mission? To create colourful, statement home accessories handmade in small batches for her brand, Evka Home.

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Phil Khoury

Pastry Chef and Chocolatier, Philip Khoury makes up part of the culinary team at prestigious department store, Harrods in London. He’s mastered the classics and is now innovating with new technologies in the kitchen. Philip’s current mission is to create world-class plant based desserts and confectionery.

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This changes what is possible and what we can offer customers!

Philip Khoury
Award-Winning Pastry Chef and Chocolatier at Harrods

Beta Design Office

London based design consultancy, Beta Design Office have 15 years of experience in product design. Their client list includes Nike, fussy, Design Museum and Joseph Joseph. Their multi-disciplinary design team combines desktop technologies including 3D printing and vacuum forming to prototype professional products. Beta’s mission? To create a better world through brilliant product design.

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The level of detail it can replicate is amazing

Harry Mitchell
Creative Director and Co-Founder at Beta Design Studio

Chocolate Artwork created for Jo Malone Spring Artist Series 2021.

Paul A. Young

Chocolatier and Pastry Chef, Paul A. Young has been making his own brand of chocolates in London since 2006. Originally from Yorkshire, Paul made a name for himself heading pastry teams for Marco Pierre White. Since then Paul’s won multiple industry awards, written books and regularly appears on TV. Paul’s mission? To create small batch artisan chocolates by hand using the finest, fresh ingredients.

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It makes the impossible, possible. So watch out everyone!

Paul A. Young
Chocolatier & Television Personality

Fiona Coupe

Fiona began her creative career in visual merchandising, quickly expanding onwards into prop making, sculpture and art installations. With a client list including Anthropologie, Saatchi and Saatchi, Selfridges and Jo Malone, Fiona was inspired to create more and Nona Living was born during lockdown. Fiona’s mission? To create homewares accessories inspired by a passion for exploring materials and texture.

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It opens so many possibilities that I can’t wait to explore further!

Fiona Coupe
Homewares Designer at Nona Living and Freelance Prop Maker

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