Philux second generation’s commitment to craft: Balancing tradition and trendsetting

In a recent Tatler Philippines feature, Stephanie Kienle Gonzalez and Jessica Kienle Maxwell, the dynamic duo steering Philux, delve into the brand’s transformative journey since its inception in 1980.

As the torchbearers of the second generation, Stephanie and Jessica underscore Philux’s unwavering dedication to promoting Filipino craftsmanship and the ethos of slow furniture.

Expanding beyond conventional wooden creations, the brand now seamlessly incorporates locally woven textiles, live-edge wood slabs, and engages in collaborative ventures with indigenous artisans for one-of-a-kind accessories.

Anchored in Filipino values, Philux remains committed to responsibly sourcing materials, mitigating environmental impact, and embracing a global perspective.

This feature solidifies Philux’s standing as a global exemplar of Filipino artistry.