Cantoo collaborates with people to design inspiring spaces and artworks.

Our projects can vary in size and levels of complexity from refurbishment projects to large new build schemes to site specific installations.

We offer design champion and stakeholder engagement consultancies for the education and regeneration sectors which we embed in the delivery of schemes for interior spaces and the public realm.

We use engagement tools as a creative enabling process through which participants can express ideas about their environment, its function and its impact on those who move inside and outside that space. We think playfulness and enquiry are important to this collaborative process.

On the inside our scope of works includes finishes specification, wayfinding, furniture and feature lighting design. We co-ordinate with design teams across disciplines to deliver integrated and innovative schemes.

On the outside we design artworks, street furniture and large public realm projects. They define the community ownership of outside spaces and help to regenerate and transform sites, create innovative and vibrant public spaces and contribute to a ‘sense of place’.

We have an extensive chain of manufacturing partners and suppliers that enable us to offer bespoke solutions for the supply of glass, lighting, furniture and fabricated metalwork.

We also have a network of trusted associates consisting of architects, interior designers, public artists and media technicians whom we use to enhance and bring value to all our schemes.

Take a look at the work we do at http://www.cantoo.net

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