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About Us

We Specialise in Turning Ideas into Reality.

From reception counters through to high end hotel and spa fit outs, we are at hand with the experience, knowledge and expertise of manufacturing techniques and materials to deliver the project our clients require.

We pride ourselves on providing a complete design service to suit your needs, specialising in all aspects of bespoke joinery from simple laminated products right through to complex thermoformed solid surface designs.



Our Featured Projects.

Hampton by Hilton, Bristol Airport

Working closely with Kier Construction, Make By Design were appointed during early 2016 to initially carry out the bespoke joinery works to the new £15 million hotel at Bristol Airport.

St Fagans, Y' Gweithdy

Working with Kier Construction, Make By Design manufactured and installed a variety of fitted furniture including servery counters, workbenches, reception counters, viewing windows and bespoke corian ‘cascading’ trough sinks at a new Y'Gweithdy building at St Fagans museum on the outskirts of Cardiff, South Wales.  .

St Fagans Museum, Main Building

Following our successful hand over of the Y' Gweithdy building at St Fagans, Make By Design were appointed by Kier Construction to carry out the joinery and FF&E works to the main building at St Fagans Museum on the outskirts of Cardiff, South Wales. 

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Dyson, Building D9

Working with ISG Construction, Make By Design undertook the FF&E package at James’ Dyson’s new research and development building in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.


Project Angel

Appointed by Accordial Acoustic Solutions, Make By Design were appointed to manufacture and install the bespoke acoustic timber rafts at the new £53,000,000 combined council offices in Northampton.

Stay In Touch.

Make by Design Ltd.

Unit 12, 

Tower Lane Business Park

Tower Lane



BS30 8XT

T. 01454 603810


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