Kirv

Alex Moore

Our designer and metalsmith, Alex Moore has been producing original metalwork for more than 14 years.

Originally trained in engineering, his pieces feature his love for precision and his attention to detail. The Kirv pieces are Alex’s first commercial collection. The collection is a celebration of fluid organic shapes and cleanliness of line. Previously Alex has collaborated with architects and designers to produce bespoke pieces from a variety of metals including copper, mild steel, bronze, aluminium and stainless steel.

If you are interested in commissioning Alex, you can email him, or call him on 01444 473898.

  • Handmade in the UK

    All our products are designed and hand made by us to your order in the UK.

    Our prices reflect the quality of our products and the attention to detail they feature. We have a trade price list and can offer discounts for multiple orders.

  • Ergonomic

    One of our primary aims when developing our seating collection was that each of our pieces should be comfortable.

    We spent a lot of time refining the profile of our seats to make them as ergonomic as possible. The close spacing of the tubes on our benches provides added comfort and support for the user.

  • Low Maintenance

    Maintaining outdoor seating can be time consuming and expensive. Our seats are designed to be left outdoors throughout the year and require very little maintenance to keep them looking great.

  • Hard Wearing

    Stainless steel is one of the toughest materials available for outdoor seating and when finished correctly it has the ability to repair itself.

  • Email Updates

  • Product Hire

    All our furniture is available for event hire. Perfect for event launch parties and weddings.

    Call 01444 473898

    Hire a Kirv product

  • 2011 Brochure

    Download our 2011 Brochure.

    2011 Brochure (PDF 1.1Mb)

  • Commissions

    Are you looking for a unique piece of metalwork? We undertake commissions for both private clients and businesses.

    Commissions

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