From tree to table
Our future depends on trees.
Use wood thoughtfully.
Your table was once a tree.
Some day it could be something else.
Make sure your wood hasn’t travelled too far.
Reuse where possible.
Demand that it’s sustainably grown.
Buy less. Use your hands more.
Question how things are made, and what they are made from.
Learn how to make something — it's revolutionary.
Invest in the traditions of craftsmanship.
Good design, made well, lasts longer.
Invite others to your table.
Enduring beauty is meant to be shared.
Create spaces that feed the soul.
Let’s reset our relationship to the living world.
Our everyday choices have power.
Choose as if all life depends on it.
The Goldfinger story
Design and sustainability pioneers Marie Cudennec Carlisle and Oliver Waddington-Ball opened the doors to Goldfinger at the foot of Trellick Tower in 2013. Named after renowned architect Ernö Goldfinger — the design master behind our Grade II listed Brutalist home — we take its literal meaning as guiding inspiration: the material we touch, we turn to gold.