Gloster

Gloster’s roots can be traced all the way back to West Africa in 1960. Increased demand and access to plantation grown teak led them to move their factory to Indonesia. With a beautiful buffed sheen or a soft natural finish, every piece of Gloster teak is thoroughly inspected to ensure that quality endures. A closegrained hardwood with a high natural oil content, teak is exceptionally hard wearing, highly resistant to rotting and almost impervious to weather conditions.

Gloster

Gloster’s roots can be traced all the way back to West Africa in 1960. Increased demand and access to plantation grown teak led them to move their factory to Indonesia. With a beautiful buffed sheen or a soft natural finish, every piece of Gloster teak is thoroughly inspected to ensure that quality endures. A closegrained hardwood with a high natural oil content, teak is exceptionally hard wearing, highly resistant to rotting and almost impervious to weather conditions.

Gloster’s production of teak is characterised by their approach. They understand their resources and know their wood. A Gloster teak tree has a lifecycle of at least 50 years – and their wood can always be traced back to its origin. They believe that their customers must be able to trust them, so they treat the world, its resources and its people with respect.

Gloster currently works with several world-renown designers to create timeless outdoor furniture. Once a concept is approved, designers work closely with the development team at their factory to further refine their designs. They insist their designers travel to and spend time at their factory so they get to know their people, raw materials, and philosophy.