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Sebastian Cox Jan 19
I absolutely love our box making workshops and today was no exception. It’s so unbelievably satisfying to help people learn skills with their hands. Whatever kind of box people make,…
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Sebastian Cox Jan 17
Replying to @Bethlem_Gallery
Thanks for visiting and can’t wait to visit you!
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Bethlem Gallery Jan 17
Bethlem Wood Library in its element today. Wish you could have all heard the brilliant exchange of knowledge and ideas that took place. Can't wait for future collaborations.
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Sebastian Cox Jan 13
On tonight they are showing a farm that grows food for a zoo. So they’re turning one area of land into a desert of biodiversity with sterilised soil and poly tunnels to feed captive animals. 1000 lettuces a week. Madness! Can’t they be fed by-product?
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Peter Brotherton Jan 11
Europe is the only continent in the World in which all the large carnivores are increasing. Europe has more wild bears and wolves than North America
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Ciaran Ambler Jan 12
Replying to @Ciaran_Ambler
5) Pragmatism is needed in this debate - true needs space, but must work with food production. Perhaps a network approach with wilderness areas surrounded by nature friendly farming, with separate high yield farming?
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Ian Barrett Jan 12
Much of England's woods were grazed until relatively recently (C19th) and still could be. Neat separation of landscapes into "woods" and "fields" has contributed to the loss of wildlife, so it's great to see wood pasture being suggested as a viable farming model
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Sebastian Cox Jan 12
Another highlight of was ’s talk on the potential of rewilding to help in the fight against climate breakdown. Amazing to hear how essential it seems to be for sequestration. A really brilliant talk.
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Sebastian Cox Jan 12
giving a fantastic talk on the potential of rewilding to help the fight against climate breakdown. What an incredible speaker with fantastically radical ideas.
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Sebastian Cox Jan 12
Rejoining Twitter to say how incredibly stimulating the symposium was this weekend. I’m particularly interested in how we can extract sustainable resources from a wild landscape - food, wood, etc. I’m sure we can if done in ways that mimic species. Research to do!
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Sebastian Cox Jan 11
Today Brogan and I were at a rewilding conference at Cambridge University. It was the most inspiring day, the highlight of which was ’s talk which was as stimulating as her…
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Sebastian Cox Jan 7
Calling all middleweight makers! We’re in need of an experienced pair of hands in January and February. Email your CV and/or portfolio to studio@sebastiancox.co.uk if you’d like to join…
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Sebastian Cox Jan 6
A rare occurrence, a new blog post! Seb has been spending a little less time in the woods and a little more time out in the fields. Read more here:
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Sebastian Cox Dec 29
I’m absolutely loving seeing so many posts of people’s Christmas walks in the countryside. You nature loving lot. ▫️ Here’s some of mine. We had a nice walk with the family yesterday but today I went alone and...
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Sebastian Cox Dec 21
We recently asked our good friend Alun Callender Photography to come and take some photos of our workshop, studio and mill. Clever Alun 🙌🏻 @ Sebastian Cox Ltd — at Sebastian Cox Ltd
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Sebastian Cox Dec 20
The final pieces of 2018. Made from a young oak milled in the clients’ garden in the summer of 2017, ready for their Christmas lunch next week. Two of the batch were ebonised to match the table frame which was...
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Sebastian Cox Dec 6
So much satisfaction in watching a CNC router work away. This is the shaping of the seats of a batch of 20 of our Bayleaf dining chairs in oak.
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Sebastian Cox Dec 4
Strips cut and ready for weaving
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Sebastian Cox Nov 22
I’m so proud to finally be showing these photos of our collaboration with Burberry. . We made these screens for their stores in Dubai and California and they were each a mountain of making. The order for...
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Sebastian Cox Nov 22
I’m so proud to finally be showing these photos of our collaboration with . . We made these screens for their stores in Dubai and California and they were each a mountain of…
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