The Pierre Cronje approach is expressed in each of their furniture designs. Tradition, craftsmanship, and a love of solid wood – raw, polished, aged or indigenous – combine to shape their signature pieces. For three decades, their skilled artisans have brought these designs to life, producing a collection of hand-crafted, iconic objects whose distinction has attracted clients such as Rupert and Rothschild, Vergelegen, Luminance, Delaire Graff and the Cape Grace Hotel.
Their furniture collection is informed by a rich and varied heritage, and a well-proportioned aesthetic. Inspired by the designs of the Cape Dutch Settlers and French Huguenots, and drawing on Shaker-style simplicity, these traditions are reworked into unique, iconic pieces – some classic, some contemporary, but always showcasing the raw beauty of timber. One of their many specialities is elegant, solid wood flooring and fittings – custom-made for your chosen space. Whatever your preference, every design is considered, and crafted to purpose.
Central to the Pierre Cronje philosophy is a commitment to craftsmanship – handcrafted, intensive work marked by quality and distinction. A true artisan is passionate not only about his materials and handiwork, but also about continuing a tradition. As such, many of the 140 craftsmen at Pierre Cronje’s workshop are apprenticed by master artisans.
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