Pentreath & Hall/Fine Cell Work’s charming cushions

The designers create patterns for the prisoner-retraining programme

Pentreath & Hall/Fine Cell Work cushions, £95; about a third of the sale price goes to Fine Cell Work (www.finecellwork.co.uk). www.pentreath-hall.com
Pentreath & Hall/Fine Cell Work cushions, £95; about a third of the sale price goes to Fine Cell Work (www.finecellwork.co.uk). www.pentreath-hall.com

“Working with Fine Cell Work, a charity that trains prisoners in creative needlework, has been one of the most exciting collaborations for us. This collection of cushions is based on our vibrant, geometric Falling Cubes and Tetrahedron prints, inspired by the 18th-century designer Batty Langley’s patterns. The work helps promote both discipline and self-esteem, enabling prisoners to reconnect with society and leave with a new skill and some financial means.”

Advertisement

Ben Pentreath, co-founder of Pentreath & Hall

See also

Advertisement
Loading