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Hello, Tonbridge.

Tonbridge’s unusual silhouette is inspired by the spectacles of literary giants from the 50s and 60s.

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The Workbench, by Jack James Furniture.

We commissioned Jack James Furniture to create a custom workbench.

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Introducing Lavina.

An entirely unashamed cat-eye whose smooth curves and sweeping lines seek to elongate every cheekbone they come into contact with.

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In The Frame: Rob Lowe

We talk to the graphic artist, better known as Supermundane.

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Bauhaus in Britain

We explore the indelible footprint it has left on London and the enduring relevance of the Modernist Movement.

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In Conversation with Christian Furr

This December, Cubitts Fitzrovia is home to a rather special artwork by the renowned painter.

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Introducing Cubitts Chess.

To celebrate our fifth birthday, we’ve applied modernist principles to our first and only game, Cubitts Chess.

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A Frame for London

We made a pair of spectacles that are literally rubbish. Six centuries of rubbish, to be precise.