Artisans Smith & Goat have built a reputation for creating some of the most beautiful concrete products in London, and every piece is handmade by skilled makers. We appreciate their focus on quality over quantity, and their commitment to creating products that are built to last.
Smith & Goat's range of homewares and accessories is simply stunning. Their designs are inspired by nature and the beauty of the natural world, and every piece is crafted with care and attention to detail. We love the fact that each item is unique, reflecting the natural variations in the raw materials used. The result is a purely crafted and timeless product that perfectly complements the elegance of our properties, while the use of concrete as a material allows for a unique and raw finish, and the natural variations mean that no two pieces are ever quite the same.
Smith & Goat use only natural, biodegradable materials, and their products are designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible, aligning perfectly with our own values of creating sustainable living spaces that are not only beautiful but also responsible.
Smith & Goat is an independent, family-run business that creates beautiful homewares and accessories from concrete. Founded by a husband and wife team, the company has grown from a small workshop in rural England to an internationally recognised brand.
Despite their success, Smith & Goat has remained true to its roots as a small, family-run business. They continue to work from their rural workshop, and every piece is made with the same care and attention to detail as it was when they started out. This commitment to quality and authenticity is at the heart of everything they do. We are proud to partner with Smith & Goat and use their products in our properties and celebrate their ethos of sustainability, craftsmanship, and originality.
At Bristow Mews, close to Brixton, the architect's focus was on connecting to the environment, working with honest, raw materials, and collaborating with craftspeople wherever they could. Concrete sinks were the perfect answer to this brief."