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Sebastian Cox
Designer, craftsmen, environmentalist
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Sebastian Cox Jul 10
During the pandemic there’s been many examples of kindness, care and generosity, coming from people ranging from neighbours to care professionals. As a business, our partner relationships are essential and one…
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MAINSTREAM Jun 23
Screentime: Sebastian Cox is going live on YouTube soon. Set a reminder here:
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Dezeen Jun 22
. will be taking over Virtual Design Festival today with a full day of events from the institution’s designers in residence. Today’s Screentime interviewee, sponsored by , is furniture maker .
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Sebastian Cox Jun 23
An aerial shot of our woodland showing our management from above. Today I chatted to on dezeen’s Screentime series. We talked about this woodland and others, sustainable design and green spaces. It…
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Sebastian Cox Jun 12
Yesterday designcucina posted my contribution - thank you for inviting me! Here it is - (⚠️ video 2 is rabbit skinning). ⁣ ⁣ "During lockdown I’ve turned to small food suppliers and nature’s abundant spring ⁣larder…
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Sebastian Cox May 15
Our workshop is based in Woolwich in an amazing community of artists and makers of diverse talent. Our neighbours @Saffronframes are (so I’m told on good authority) among the best steel bike frame makers in the…
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Planted May 5
Great article from - Rewilding Britain: manifesto for a greener, wilder future. Sharing crucial lessons for us all.
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Sebastian Cox May 5
Around this time last year we were busy on site installing a really dreamy project, in which we made a piece of furniture for almost every room for a house in east London. ⁣ ⁣ What started out as a cabinet enquiry…
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Robert and Paul Apr 14
Looking for a recommendation? How about 's 'Modern life from wilder land: a manifesto for nature-first land and resource use' 👉 . It's a great read and we're proud to be included on the list of sustainable food producers 🌍
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Sebastian Cox Apr 11
Replying to @copseworker
Saw two in Lincolnshire on the 5th of April. Very early for up here. So exciting though
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The Furniture Makers’ Company Mar 12
. of and writer will be speaking at our Young Furniture Makers 'Designing your career' seminar on 24/4 at the Cass School of Design. If you're setting up a business/looking to promote your work, this is a must attend.
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Heather-Louise Devey Feb 16
A small glimpse into the extensive localised flood prevention of the during 👇 The dams have stayed strong, holding rushing water back. It’s truly incredible to see & compare with aureounding beaver-free flooded landscapes. Filmed this morn.
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Devon Wildlife Trust Feb 17
HOT OFF THE PRESS: After 5 years studying the impacts of beavers, the results are in and the River Otter Beaver Trial Science and Evidence Report is published, finding that they bring 'measurable benefits to people and wildlife'. Read it here 📸Mike Symes
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Sebastian Cox Feb 16
We’ve recently been undertaking a rather dreamy job, milling 20 trees for furniture for a public library in London, using the council’s own trees. Plane, poplar, turkey oak, etc. Final pic shows the day 2 haul! In collab with
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Sebastian Cox Feb 14
Replying to @copseworker
Superb!
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Copsework Feb 14
Just in case you’re wondering why I’m such a fan of the goshawk. Here’s a pic of a nest in the Forest of Dean. Natural pest control of Grey Squirrel.
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Sebastian Cox Jan 26
A grey, chilly January day is quickly warmed by the collective effort of 70 odd people planting 500 trees. ⁣ ⁣ Yesterday was a pretty special day at a special place. I haven’t visited farm before but I will…
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Patrick Barkham Dec 13
I've written this little true story to show us how unexpectedly lovely things can happen. And now is the perfect moment to gaze upon some gorgeous twinkly-black-eyed harvest mice.
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Nathalie Seddon | Nature-based Solutions Oxford Dec 3
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Sebastian Cox Nov 28
Replying to @wildonion
Thanks Lee! Do pop down would be lovely to see you! If you let us know when you’re coming you might get to meet Sorrel!
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