Father and daughter Edward and Iseult O'Clery began working together when Edward thought he might retire and Iseult said she had an idea! In a small workshop in Sandymount, Dublin they started Saturday Workshop.
Drawing on their combined skills in architecture, engineering, boat building and furniture making Saturday Workshop design simple, original wooden products made from locally sourced native hardwoods. Their mix of traditional skills and new technologies has resulted in a range of products which are inspired by the simplicity of traditional objects and toys.
SATURDAY WORKSHOP PRODUCTS
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