Made by 68° Ltd is delighted to announce we have been selected to exhibit at the London Top Drawer show in 2017.

The trade only show runs from 15 - 17 January and is held at Olympia, London.  This design led and carefully curated show has four distinct worlds: Home | Gift | Fashion | Craft.

Within the craft area, we will have on display a range of pieces, including a number of new lines as part of our Pop / Deco range. Our stand will be within an area curated by the Society of Designer Craftsmen. 

Made By 68º is pleased to announce - we will be showcasing some of our exquisitely made pieces at the Society of Designer Craftsman show. Pop along to The Mall Galleries in London from 12th Aug - 21st August to view our work. For more information take a look at the SDC site here.


Our very own Richard Warmisham has been featured in an article on the Barnet Society website. You can read the full article here

The latest edition of Furniture and Cabinetmaking, focuses on the design and build process of our exquisite Le bureau de l'agent console desk

A little closer look at the exploded diagram outlining the intricacies of the build.

Fellow designers and craftsmen at the Hatfield House Living Crafts Show. 

Fellow designers and craftsmen at the Hatfield House Living Crafts Show. 

The Emerging Designers at the Living Crafts Show at Hatfield House:

The team at Made By 68º had a great time at the Living Crafts Show. The event ran smoothly and we had lots of interest in our collection. 

Made By 68º will be exhibiting at the Living Crafts Show at Hatfield House. The show opens on Thursday 5th May and runs until Sunday 8th May. Tickets can be purchased at

Made by 68° has been selected to exhibit in the emerging designer-maker pavilion which is very exciting it is sponsored by Craft&Design Magazine. 

We will be showing some of our most recent work including the Pop / Deco Chest of Drawers and the Bureau de l'agent console desk.

We look forward to seeing you there.

We would like to thank Good Woodworking for featuring our Le bureau de l'agent Bespoke Console Desk as their centre spread. You can read a little more about our ground breaking desk here


Fubiz has just published an article about our Award Winning Pen Portmanteau. A big thank you to everyone at Fubiz for the kind words. Take a peek at the article here

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The team at Made By 68º are proud to be included on Makers Monday website. We are in such great company. Do take a look at the site here

Thanks to Soft Shock for featuring our Origami Coffee Table on their blog. 


Fantastic news our Origami Coffee Table has been Featured on Minimal. Take a look here

We have been invited by The Window, to create a Window all about Made By 68º and to showcase our work. Take a look at our Window here

Fantastic news. Against very stiff competition our Pen Portmanteau has won Woodland Heritage Award at The Celebration of Craftsmanship & Design. A fitting tribute to the 5,300 year old Bog Oak the Box is made from.  

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Our Pop/Deco Chest is getting around - from one front cover to another

Our Pop/Deco Chest is getting around 2 front covers, centre spread and a gallery window 

Our Pop/Deco Chest is getting around 2 front covers, centre spread and a gallery window 

Our Pop/Deco Chest is breathing live back into Memphis Art Movement with a little help from Art Deco.  

We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at Celebration of Craftsmanship & Design 22nd - 31st August 2015

We will be exhibiting our Pop/Deco Chest along with several other pieces. We have just heard that CCD will be featuring our Chest. If you are at the show please do say hello. 

Our Pen Portmanteau was featured in Good Woodworking Magazine

Our thanks to Dave Roberts for the brilliant review. We adored the James Bond, 007 references. Our favourite quote from the article is below:
"Lifting the lid reveals the contrasting ripple sycamore interior where the pens are loaded into perfectly fitting barrels whose silver ferrules hold them like chambered rounds. Tucked into the ‘secret compartment’ behind a sliding door, meanwhile, a pair of spare ink cartridges sits in its profiled slots looking for all the world like something lethal issued to double-O operatives by Q Department."