ABOUT LIQUI®
WHO WE ARE

Cameron Fry, a furniture designer and maker, founded the award-winning Liqui® Group in 2007. With the belief that things can be different, he has grown the company into a multi-disciplined design practice with a reputation for detail-focused creative thinking. Not only do the things we design look good, but they are also fit for purpose, as well as having a minimum environmental impact.

THE GROUP
THE PRACTICE
Having designed and manufactured sustainable contract furniture and commercial lighting for a number of years we have branched out into several related fields. Specializing in coffee shop and restaurant design, we now also create commercial interiors, including offices. In addition to this, we have designed brand experiences and exhibition spaces for events all over the world. Liqui has now expanded into the U.S. market to work in conjunction with local partners on similar design projects.

SUSTAINABILITY MANUFACTURING
TRADITIONAL TECHNIQUES / MODERN IDEAS

Because our design company’s roots are in furniture making we have an artisanal attention to detail in everything we do, together with a passion for sustainable, good quality materials. We combine traditional techniques with modern technology to achieve large-scale production while maintaining a high standard of finish. As an example, this might mean using CNC programming to cut out components by machine, before assembling and finishing them by hand.

THE COMPLETE PACKAGE

We design things not just to be aesthetically pleasing but to be functional too. This is made possible through our expert knowledge of up-to-date production methods as well as our understanding of materials. Whether it’s our contract furniture and lighting, or one of our commercial interiors, we design everything with care, paying special attention to its usage as well as its longevity. At the heart of everything we do is a focus on good design, quality, and sustainability. Beauty and function working harmoniously together.

LIQUI® CUSTOMERS
"Because things can be different."