Friday, 22 March 2013

Phenotype Furniture





This concept for a table junction allows you to 'plug' in standard sized timbers available from your local DIY store. Any sheet material can be slotted into the top making infinite size and shape formats possible.

Monday, 7 January 2013

3D Printed Silver Moon Surface Ring

Moon Surface Ring, 3D printed in Sterling silver - modelled using mapping data from the Apollo 15 landing site.




Monday, 19 November 2012

Cliff Hanger



CNC machined English oak coat-hanger made for friends who have just completed a self-build home in Bristol. (http://www.toblerhome.co.uk/)

Thursday, 15 November 2012

Riot HQ Bar

Our finished bar at Riot HQ. Riot is a design and development studio in bath, run by three smashing chaps in hats. (Pictures courtesy of Elliot at Riot).





Thursday, 1 November 2012

The endless joys of having a 3D printer on your desk...
// Jonathan's pencil attachment is printed in ABS on our 'UP! plus' 3D printer.

Pencil Sharpener ring and Unmakeable Bracelet printed in ABS on HP Designjet Pro

Friday, 26 October 2012

Proposal For Pop-Up Art Space

This is a proposal for a hallway through a previously disused building to hide all the nasty paintwork and exposed electrics in the reception hallway. Tasty OMB board everywhere x








Rise are back...

Hi The Rise Blog is now back up and running! We have been off teaching and doing other summery things but we're now back and about to undertake a very cool interior job, images of which will begin to appear over the coming weeks/months.

Here is a ring Jonathan made recently - it features moon surface details from the Apollo landing site. Pretty geeky!!




Thursday, 19 April 2012

The Crowbar at Riot HQ

We are currently working on The Crowbar for the guys at Riot a bunch of very clever chaps who develop apps, websites etc. It includes swinging saloon doors with metal inlay, a bar/meeting table and a gambling club style low light shade. The bar itself is a rugged welded steel frame with crisp birch-faced ply that has been CNC cut to include apertures for laptop cables and bottles of rum (Sailor Jerry their particular favourite), the company's fist logo and a banner text which reads "Rum and Code". The bar has a void running all the way along its length and five foot long red flouro tubes inside which spill light across the walls of the room and aluminate the cut details and the glass bottles. The brief was to design a space which encompassed the clients many aesthetic obsessions including lasers/neons, speakeasy clubs from the 30's and rugged industrialism.


Thursday, 17 November 2011

The Mantlepiece Exhibition

Here are the finished articles with lots of lovely collections.









Thursday, 6 October 2011

Pop-up Mantlepieces








Pop-up mantlepieces for an exhibition called 'The Mantlepiece' funded by The Design Council. They are constructed from CNC cut birch ply capped by a profiled EPS block. There will be 24 trestle/mantles in total - 24 designers have been invited to compile and display collections of work/objects on them. The exibition opens on November 7th. Details can be found HERE.

Saturday, 3 September 2011

Cast of the Past




Proposal for public art project in Bath - by night, projected images transorm buildings into 'shadows of thier former selves' forgotten industry and green spaces once again exist where they have long since been displaced.

Saturday, 30 July 2011

Colonna And Smalls



















We have just completed the interior of Colonna and Smalls Coffee House/Origin Coffee School. We designed and built a striated/ribbed bar from oak and redwood and a series of redwood benches and tables. We just have some finishing off to do and then some reconfigurable asymetrical book shelves to make. Come and Visit