Matthew Hilton's new collection

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Furniture designer Matthew Hilton has unveiled the new collection of pieces he will launch at 100% Design in London tomorrow.

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Here are images of the pieces, plus a short text from Hilton explaining the thinking behind his decision to launch his own brand:

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I have started Matthew Hilton, the company, because I wanted at least one place where I have more creative control.

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This, after two years of work, is a starting point, the pieces shown here are the first of a growing number of high quality products made in relatively small quantities using hand skills based manufacturing. I will be regularly adding new product using different techniques and materials.

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Counter to the hi-tech, global and potentially impersonal aspect of the Internet, I hope this site will enable the development of a direct relationship between the company and people interested in our designs and products.

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I liased closely with the designers www.spin.co.uk of this website to make it direct, straightforward and open.

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Here we will show you the design process, some of the inspiration behind the work and the making of the products.

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We will bring you elements of inspirational culture, photos and articles about things which interest us, buildings, furniture, travel, exhibitions, design reports, restaurants, campsites.

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>> read more about Hilton's new range in our earlier story

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  • Mattia Nuzzo

    Better than usual, but still lacking a certain level of finesse. Also, if gaining a greater amount of creative control means upholstering a chair in silver, gold and purple lamé, he might want to think about giving some of it back. The oval table is quite nice, though.