Eschel is founded on an urge to create products that outlive fast trends, and from a commitment to design and develop long-lasting and meticulous products.
Since 2005 I've been driven by an ambition to pursue designs that will last for generations. Resisting short-sighted trends, and working towards a more considerate way of approaching design.
The world is crowded with objects. A more-is-more culture has taken its toll on the design industry, leading to products that do not live up to the intentions of beauty and functionality, the principles that define great design.
Design is not about compromising on either aesthetics or functionality. For me design is about finding that place where beauty and functionality come together to create something that's better than what's out there already.
My design range consists of everyday items that I have disentangled and re-invented to meet the needs of both beauty and performance.
It takes patience to go from idea to finished product because great design doesn't come from rushing, but from doing things properly.