Hitch Mylius

In 1971, at a time when the most exciting furniture designs in the UK were imports from Italy and Scandinavia, and frustrated by the lack of modern design in British-made furniture, designers Tristram and Hazel Mylius founded Hitch Mylius with the specific aim to design simple, well-crafted upholstered furniture for both contract and domestic markets.

Starting with a work bench and sewing machine in modest north London premises, their first design was the classic hm11 followed in 1973 by hm31. These have evolved over the years to become today's hm18 and hm34, so the essential concept of these two very simple, well-proportioned (and much imitated) generic designs has been in continuous production for over forty years.

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