Simple yet exquisitely refined, ESKO homewares are characterised by a quiet, understated aesthetic designed to make a statement, while integrating harmoniously with their surrounding space. All pieces are crafted from high-quality materials and finished in rich, organic colours. They are durable and functional, yet delicately beautiful.
ESKO was established in 2016, the name inspired by a character in the book The Cloud Sketcher, who designed and built an apartment especially for his lost love. Every object, every table, knife and teacup within the home was designed and crafted especially for her.
Great care is taken to partner with organisations who share a passion for quality, attention to detail and commitment to ethical standards. ESKO has been featured in The Sydney Morning Herald, Green Magazine, The Design Files and Est Living, among others.
About the designer
Mandy Simpson believes true beauty is found in simplicity. She studied at the College of Fine Arts (University of New South Wales) and her professional practice covers product, web and graphic design. Mandy creates objects with distinctively minimal shapes, which are serene and thoughtful, yet warm and tactile.