bespoke furniture, made as a team
2018 Dot logo

'Don't Move, Improve!' Winner! Category: Best use of materials

Designed by architects Manalo & White and beuatifully crafted by us.

See Don't Move, Improve! website for further details.






















 

2017 Dot logo

Featured in 'iBuild Magazine'

We have completed all the joinery work for this north London house to suit the needs of the expanding family.

See i-buildmagazine.com website for further details.






















 

2016 Mark Camille Chaimowiz

The Serpentine Gallery
Marc Camille Chaimowicz:
An Autumn Lexicon 2016

It was great experience to manufacture a unique table by us.

Influential artist Marc Camille Chaimowicz.
Widely known for his work which explores the space between public and private, design and art, Chaimowicz's works include painting, film, photography and prototypes for everyday objects, furnishings and wallpapers.







 

2015 Dupont Corian Logo

Dupont™ Corian® fabricators

DOT Bespoke became Dupont™ Corian® authorised fabricators.

Since then we have been fabricating good quality work at our premises.






















 

2014 Festival of love - Southbank Centre

Festival of Love, Southbank Centre

Design, fabrication and installation of site-wide three dimensional signage and way finding for London's Southbank Centre.






















 

2013 Dot logo

Thriving in NW London

DOT Bespoke continues to thrive in its North London setting, working on bespoke furniture and interiors for the high-end market. The company was rebranded forming a more individual identity, yet maintains the DOT ethos of keeping teamwork at the heart of the company in order to provide the highest quality service, design and manufacture.






















 

2012 Expanded and branched out

Expanded and branched out

DOT branched out into two separate companies with DOT Bespoke managed by Urim in North-West London. DOT cooperates with other trading partners on larger projects.

2011 #

Furniture for Qatari royal family

We were approached to design and manufacture the entire bespoke joinery work for a luxury apartment in Knightsbridge. This residence, designed for the Qatari royal family was finished to the highest standard throughout. It provided an exquisite example of the grade of excellence that is achieved by the DOT team.

2010 #

From interiors to bespoke furniture

We began to concentrate on bespoke furniture rather than interiors. So the business continued to flourish, despite the looming threat of the recession. We then extended our workshop and set up a new design studio within the same building.

2009 #

New workshop for expanding needs

As the business was rapidly expanding, we decided to move to a larger workshop with new machinery and most importantly, the addition of two new members to our team. These highly experienced cabinet-makers from New Zealand immediately became integral members of the DOT family. The combination of their expertise and the immaculate spray finishes (provided by Spray Choice) created endless possibilities within the realm of high-end bespoke furniture.

2008 #

The 'Poem' Bar & Grill

When a dedicated head chef from Camden Brasserie decided to open his own restaurant, he appointed us to manage, design and build the whole interior including the company logo. Poem Bar & Grill is located in Boundary Road, North-West London next to the former Saatchi Gallery.

2007 History - The Chapel

The beginning and The Chapel

Dot bespoke was founded in 2012 by Urim Mripa but this concept was born from his first previous business venture. Previously he was a partner in DOT Interiors, a company that was founded in 2007 to design interiors and manufacture bespoke fitted furniture in London. It was at that time that DOT ethos was forged – to work as a team to provide high-quality service, design and manufacture - and we have continued to work in this way ever since.


The Chapel hairdressing salon from Tunbridge Wells approached us to help design and build their new salon in London. We were given the task to manage the entire interior project, from the new structural beams to the last piece of bespoke furniture. The salon was a great success and after a few months of opening The Chapel was nominated the Best Hairdressers Salon Interior in London by Hair magazine and was also shortlisted for the best in Britain.