Lewis helped to set up the workshop and took a lead on our architectural projects & material development. He is a co-founder of the design collective Assemble. He enjoys testing and sourcing new materials and developing alternative approaches to construction.
Assemble designed many of our first range of products and have an ongoing role in helping grow the workshop.
Granby Four Streets CLT
Many of our products have originated from projects delivered by the CLT here in Granby.
We work with Anfield Marble to produce our Granby Rock for countertops and slabs.
Lanty was our lead ceramicist for the workshop’s main production processes, using the ram press to make tiles and tableware and solve our production challenges. He studied a BA Contemporary Crafts then an MA Ceramics at UCLan before joining the team. Outside of workshop hours he makes beautifully hand carved and incised porcelain and black stoneware bowls and vases.
Megan produced our main range tile and tableware ranges. A self-taught potter with a background in throwing functional earthenware with varied glazes and making bagels. At the workshop she combines her interest in the relationship between wellbeing and environment with her passion for experimental ceramics.
Jacob produced our stacked bottle range and helped design our new Granbyware mug. A trained potter, he produces wheel thrown vases decorated with figurative forms and fused with sand, slate & broken pottery.
Master carpenter and ceramicist, Anna worked with us before heading to Mexico.
Ines Suarez de Puga
Ines worked with us developing and delivering our Splatware plates and encaustic tiles.
Our first workshop technician, Jade helped refine many of the processes for our first range of products.
Will was involved in developing many of our first range of products, most significantly inventing Granby Rock. We also worked together for our commission at A/D/O.
We collaborated with Niamh on our first catalogue, our commission at A/D/O and ‘Rules of Production’ in Tokyo.
Lydia designed the pressed terracotta lampshade we produce.
Mollie Anna King
We collaborated with Mollie in New York for our commission at A/D/O.
We worked with Becky for workshops and education projects. She has also made products from our smoked ceramics range and helped us deliver our first collection.
We’ve worked with Paula on a number of projects and commissions, most recently producing our encaustic tiles for the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Sara has worked with us to produce many of our encaustic tiles.
Jackie produced our first range of woodblock printed fabric.
Sufea Mohamad Noor
Sufea also produced our first range of woodblock printed fabric
Salma made thousands of cut out tiles, Granby Rock trivets & lamp bases
Vicky made our marbled lampshades.
Evelyn made the first batch of turned and burned timber furniture.
Paddy cast our Granby Rock fireplaces and helped fitout the workshop.
Mo helped build some of our furniture, make tiles and fitout the workshop.
Sagar also helped build some of our furniture, make tiles and fitout the workshop.