Our carpenters are from various traditional woodworking communities of India and hail from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Bengal and Kerala.


Our factory is in a semi industrial area on the outskirts of Bangalore, spread over 1500 square meters. Production facilities include outdoor and indoor areas with plenty of natural light and ventilation that provide a healthy and inspiring work environment. Exhaust fans and LED lights supplement natural lighting and ventilation.

A view of our carpentry workshop.


Our carpenters are from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Bengal, Kerala and belong to traditional woodworking communities such as the suthars of Rajasthan.

Like most carpenters in India, our carpenters sit and work on the floor. This allows them to use not just their hands, but also their feet to hold the wood in place while they work on it. Each carpenter has their own set of hand tools, which they sharpen and clean everyday as a ritual.

Working on the floor allows our carpenters flexibility and dexterity in the process of making.


While craftsmanship using hand tools is our core, our carpentry workshop is also equipped with classical woodworking machines like planers, thicknessers, routers, table saws and band saws to perform precision operations in cutting, sizing, routing, drilling, etc. All our machines are connected to dust collectors that keep the workshop relatively clean and reduce atmospheric dust.

Planing wood to make the surface absolutely smooth and even.

Quality Control

We embrace the possibilities offered by hand crafting but are particular about maintaining our quality standards. For each batch of production, wood is carefully selected and cut according to our reference templates. Then the pieces are shaped, sanded and, finally, assembled. Each stage of our carpentry process is templated, every piece of our furniture subjected to continuous checks for design consistency.

Using templates to check adherence to defined dimensions.
Making the x+l Room Divider.
Innovative jigs and fixtures are used to enhance precision.
Different types of clamps are used for holding joineries together until the glue dries.
Parts are secured tightly with clamps and left for several hours to ensure strong gluing.

Health & Safety

We are fully compliant with health and safety regulations specified in the Factories Act of India. First aid kits are available in all our workspaces and multiple fire extinguishers are present in each area. Fire safety training is conducted frequently. Carpenters who work on machines are trained and mandated to use personal safety equipment like masks, safety goggles, gloves, etc.

Circular Saw operation with safety gear.
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