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

Monday, 6 June 2011


We were asked to collaborate on a public art project to which local residents are invited to respond. The hoarding surrounding a vast building site will be turned into a giant blackboard. Four birdboxes are mounted onto brightly couloured, stenciled circles with the silohouettes of tree branches. Chalks are housed within the birdboxes which have a hole large enough to accomodate a human hand - the public are free to use the chalk to draw or write on the hoarding as a means of encouraging a candid response to the stimulus.

Friday, 27 May 2011

Lounger - Print Rocker

Ash lounger with a layer of scarlet silicone into which is cast the relief of a traditional William Morris repeat. The lounger marks its own footprint/shadow which peeks out of the elevated ends.

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Dented Ball Finials - Bath Sand Stone

A play on the classic gate top ball finials in bath stone embellished with big dents. Perfect for any discerning post-modern gateway.

Sunday, 3 April 2011

Laser Cut Corrugated Clocks

Some Victorian fretwork inspired clocks laser cut from upcycled corrugated cardboard.

Thursday, 31 March 2011

Computer Arts // exposure //

New pieces of work soon to be featured in Computer Arts Magazine

Affable Bench

A concept bench in which the occupiers of the 'sittable' areas have their gaze drawn to the reflections and distortions at the centre and so to eachother. The idea is born of the broken logic of sitting so close to a stranger and yet feeling inhibited about engaging with them.