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Raskl, Design Studio & Workshop

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Raskl Limited is a design studio specialising in the design and production of highly personalised and individual furniture, as well as offering prototyping services to the furniture, interiors, architect and construction industries. The company is owned and run by a team who share a long history of creative projects, concept development and furniture design and manufacture. Predominantly working with hardwood RASKL also have a wealth of experience working with glass, metals and plastics in their comprehensively equipped hand and CNC workshop. Raskl approaches each design as a new and exciting opportunity to conceive an original idea either in form or function. The story behind the way a particular piece is made is often as interesting and innovative as the way it looks. This practice has led to a very broad body of work stylistically and RASKL have produced hundreds of works ranging from smaller art pieces to full-scale room installations for a wide variety of clientele, from the terraces of Newcastle to penthouses of Monte Carlo. Having now invested in in-house CNC machining facilities, the design team are working on a range of products suitable for retail and interior specification using their wide ranging experience in both custom design and manufacturing knowledge.

Services Provided

Design, manufacture, installation, cnc work, prototyping, product design & development

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Unit 2 Ford St
Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland NE6 1NW
United Kingdom
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