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Steve Jones & Russell Cameron founded Innermost in 1999. They gave up their jobs within design consultancy and furniture design to follow a dream to create a unique but diverse furniture and lighting brand that they hoped in time would achieve global recognition. They rented the corner of an old lighting factory in NW10 London and began to work with a variety of other designers from around the world who had all also made London their home. They still ruggedly adhere to their initial philosophy – to be ‘as British as London itself’ – that is to say very British and then again not British at all but a beautiful and exciting mix of what the entire world can offer.It is brand that is focused on the future but understands exactly where it has come from and what it is made of.
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New from Innermost - Asteroid in Petrol finish
20 February 2015
To mark the 10th anniversary of the unique Asteroid range, Innermost have created a matching table lamp and pendant light in petrol finish. The petrol finish of the lamp gives an iridescent effect to the irregular faced glass, where no single side is equal to another. The asteroid was originally designed by Koray Ozgen ten years ago for its reveal at the 100% Design London exhibition, since then the geometric pendant and table light have been exceedingly popular in both commercial and residential locations.
The pendants work well singularly and as a cluster, the cluster creating an eye catching effect of each being a different size from the next, which is the result of its 24 sides being completely different dimensions. They are now available to order online.
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Innermost Jeeves and Wooster
25 April 2014
Innermost have a quirky and rebellious approach to design driven by high-spirited London culture. The Innermost Jeeves and Wooster pendants designed by Jake Phipps are a blend of Great British tradition and modern technology. Hand-made wool felt hats are lined with an aluminium inner shell. They are named after P.G. Wodehouse’s two most iconic characters.
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