Founder Mike Sagan has craftmanship in his bones. His grandfather Amos was a traditional cabinet maker in the early 20th century, and Mike wasn’t even ten years old when his mom taught him to use a radial arm saw for the first time. After spending years working in operational and product development roles in the tech industry, Mike felt pulled to pursue his passion in furniture and launched Lundy.
Dennis started building furniture when hewas barely twelve years young. He studied the humanities as an undergraduate before formalizing his education in furniture at the renowned North Bennet Street School. After graduating, Dennis went on to become a journeyman, gaining experience in the shops of established furniture designers and restorers around New England. His commitment to tradition is matched with an eagerness for evolution in the furniture industry, ensuring Lundy craftmanship will lead to the creation of pieces that will become heirlooms for generations to come.