This is quick news, quick short blogs about stuff going on with me and my design.

Book Launch for “Furniture for the Future”

After about three years I am delighted that my book is finally ready, currently being printed and the launch is set for Wednesday the 5th February 2014 from 6pm to 8:30pm. I crowdfunded the book with British based CrowdFundraizer (see my detailed campaign here with videos and pictures) website I raised £1300 towards the printing

I met some amazing people at the London Green Fair

Today I went to the London Green Fair, I have been going for 3 years in a row now and this year was the best! I met some people doing amazing stuff. Gavin from THTC creates t-shirts made from organic cotton and hemp. Gavin form THTC   Save the Jungle  

WheresMilo? #wheresMilo

Today, the 4th June 2012 I am launching #wheresMilo a new photo project dedicated to the travels of the ReCut Milo table designed by Tristan Titeux. The #wheresMilo project is a fun way of spotting all the weird, interesting places that I will photograph him in as well as interesting and also famous people that I

I am powered by Good Energy

  I am powered by Good Energy , the UK’s only 100% renewable electricity supplier. All of their electricity is generated using natural power from the wind, water and sun or through sustainable biogeneration. Committed to growing the UK’s renewable capacity they support a growing community of over 25,000 independent renewable generators across the

Tristan Titeux exhibiting at the Surface Design Show this Week.

I will be at the Surface Design Show exhibiting some Eco shelves. You will see me there showing shelves made with strawboard, Eco Medite Ecologique MDF, Recycled Bottle Alley Glass and Recycled plastic back light with LED lighting, my pioneering Strawn Straw shelves made with Stramit straw board that are bound together with just high

Straw exhibtion in London Jan-Feb 2012

During the month lf January and February 2012 you can see some of my pioneering straw shelves in action at the SCIN gallery in town. I am exhibiting some floating shelves made of two different types of straw and finished in various ways. One is the pioneering Stram Straw shelf made of Stramit straw