Stylish British Eco Design since 1990
now working to link Indonesian craftsmanship with rainforest regeneration
Emily Readett-Bayley works directly with highly skilled craft co-operatives in Indonesia creating her own unique range of furniture, baskets and home accessories. Best known as the creator of the original POSH Graffiti wooden lettering in Bali and furniture made from salvaged antique teak, Emily has recently started to research how traditional crafts might generate vital revenue for marginalised forest communities and in doing so preserve their heritage and protect the rainforest. She is currently working with Dayak communities who live around The Katingan Project, an Ecosystem Restoration Concession in Kalimantan and with the indigenous Batin Sembilan people in the RSPB Forest of Hope in Sumatra where they are fighting for survival alongside the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger, Asian Elephant and Sun Bear.
Emily Readett-Bayley has supplied and works with many famous retailers and designers including: The Atlantic Hotel, Bergdorf Goodman, Conran, Harrods, John Lewis, Linley, Liberty, Nina Campbell, Neiman Marcus and William Yeoward and also heritage sites and charities including: The Victoria & Albert Museum, Chatsworth House, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and the Worldwide Fund for Nature,
COMING SOON: Chocolate Futures, a crowd funding campaign which aims to bring fine Indonesian cocoa to the United Kingdom and in doing so empower marginalised farming communities..
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