Inspired by a dollop of cream falling gently off a spoon, I wanted to create a sensual, organic pendant light full of contrasts.
Asymmetric but perfectly balanced, matt on the outside, glossy on the inside, narrow at the top and voluminous at the bottom.
A 7W warm white LED globe hidden from sight, indirectly illuminates the large space below.
Made from an earthenware ceramic slip casting, two lights work well together as a pair.
Winner of the 2013 "Delight in Light" Competition in London
A result of exploring curved folds in paper, these fun, outdoor stools are made from 1.6mm thick expanded steel mesh.
Simple to fabricate (no welding required - just folding and bolting) the edging of the mesh is hemmed for strength and safety.
The curvature and spring nature of the seat creates effective comfort. Visually dynamic from all directions, yet strong and functional, these stools are powdercoated for outdoor use in your choice of blue, green, yellow, orange, red, black or white.
This outdoor setting, was inspired by two elements from a Japanese rock garden – a naturally worn “skipping” stone, and sharp, vertical stems of bamboo.
The lightweight, Tasmanian Oak dowel base is strong through its natural, triangular structure.
Its crisp airiness contrasts with the solid cast “stone” top, which incorporates recycled rubber crumb for texture and toughness.
Winner of the Green Award at Vivid 2012, winner of the Sustainable Award at Fringe Furniture 2012 and exhibited in UK as part of the 2012 London Design Festival.
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