Wednesday December 11, 2019

On to a good thing

We Make Good combines social enterprise with sound commercial know-how to sell beautifully made, sustainable products

11th November, 2018
Joan Ellison, Jonathan Blayney and Caroline Gardner, all of the We Make Good initiative Pic: Fergal Phillips

‘We believed there was a gap in the market,” says Caroline Gardner, “for design-led, quality products that made sense commercially, but happened to be made by social enterprise.”

Gardner is explaining the thinking behind We Make Good, a fresh new design brand and an innovative concept in sustainability. The We Make Good ethos is simple: ask Irish designers to create contemporary, desirable homewares, and have these products manufactured by individuals who...

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