Furniture-maker Joachim King and design duo Yvonne Elliot and Marion Parola, from textile print company Bespoke Atelier, have collaborated on a piece of furniture which will be unveiled at Clerkenwell Design Week 2012 in London.
Joachim produced an oak veneer 'GLOgrain' room divider, which was engraved with Yvonne and and Marion's abstract 'Glasgow Roof Tops' design featuring city architecture.
GLOgrain is an innovative material which allows light to shine through wood to make it 'glow'.
Joachim, whose Govan-based business is called Re Form the Norm, said: "I got involved through Scottish Enterprise.
"They liked the look of the lighting I was using in my work and wanted me to collaborate on something for the festival.
"They put in touch with the girls at Bespoke Atelier."
Maryhill-based Yvonne, said:"We were really excited to work with Joachim.
"We've worked with wood before but this is the first time we've printed on a veneer."
Cathy Black, from Scottish Enterprise, said: "We're excited to be bringing Scottish design from two established sectors to one of the biggest industry events in the world."
The Clerkenwell Design Festival is a three-day event celebrating creative works and technological advancements through shows, workshops and talks.
Last year 24,00 people visited the festival, and 2012, its third year, looks set be even bigger.