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Sebastian Cox May 16
Today we took a day out of the workshop to go to the woods. Right now is the best time of year, and I didn’t want the team to miss out on seeing the wildflowers, which are a spectacular confirmation that our…
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Clément Juillard May 14
Great talk with and Lulu Lytle for this morning
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Sebastian Cox May 12
Here is the amazing other half of the business and my amazing wife standing in front of our new Barker pieces, which she designed and then launched at with…
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Sebastian Cox May 11
Introducing Wealden, our first ceramic tableware collection. ⁣ ⁣ Made from Kentish clay ordinarily dug for bricks and peg tiles we wanted to capture the texture of unrefined and raw clay.…
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Sebastian Cox May 10
Last night we held our first ever supper club in our workshop. It was a magical evening with some great friends, thank you so much to everyone who came. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Food might seem a little…
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AHEC Aus/NZ May 1
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Katie Treggiden May 1
Has the wonder eco-material we’ve all been searching for been right under our noses all along? explains why a traditional approach might represent a radical solution to some of the world’s most pressing problems in my article for
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Sebastian Cox Apr 27
Ah thank you Laura!! Xxx
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Rewilding Britain Apr 17
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Leo Hickman Apr 12
It's still so, so rare to hear anyone saying anything like this on mainstream TV...
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Sebastian Cox Apr 10
Now open in at Wallpaper* Handmade in Milan, our ! ⁣ ⁣ I absolutely loved working closely with @chanandeayrs to design and make this beautiful thing. It was such a fun and messy collaboration. Using...
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Sebastian Cox Apr 7
Sliding in these long dovetailed components to put the finishing touches to our Blushing Bar which is now set up and ready for you, Milan! Can’t wait to reveal all at Wallpaper* Handmade from Tuesday morning. ⁣...
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GeorgeMonbiot Mar 28
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
For years I've been lobbying the BBC to make environmental programmes. Now, realising that it is constitutionally incapable of telling the truth, I wish it wouldn't. It is a menace to our understanding of the world.
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GeorgeMonbiot Mar 28
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is so misleading that it would honestly be better if the BBC had not made this series. It is counter-educational.
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GeorgeMonbiot Mar 28
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All the presenters are people I admire. But they are hobbled by the BBC’s censorship. You might think they’re on top of the world, but I genuinely pity them, as they are forced to mouth these pathetic lies.
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GeorgeMonbiot Mar 28
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Only political mobilisation has any hope of addressing these vast issues: demanding structural and systemic solutions to structural and systemic problems. But the very thought is forbidden. It’s as if the censors have been through the script with a blue pencil.
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GeorgeMonbiot Mar 28
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is telling a gigantic lie: that we can make the bad stuff go away through rescue solutions. If they have any effect at all, it is tiny. Through its determination to avoid the subject, the BBC misleads us about the most important issues of all.
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GeorgeMonbiot Mar 28
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The BBC's determination not to mention powerful interests leaves us powerless: gawping helplessly at the unfolding disasters, while hoping that heroic scientists will magic it all better. Sorry, but they can’t.
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