Awarded the New Designers Foundry Associate award for lighting
Shortlisted for the Design Council's Future Pioneer award
This project explores how scale and core features can be used to create a product range. The brass acts as a common detail as well as a core component for ease of manufacture and assembly. Minimalist in aesthetic, they are designed to be high quality pieces for the home.
Emerging Talent Award
Made.com Showroom - Notting Hill, London - 2nd-22th September 2013; www.made.com
Range Tables are nominated for Made.com's Emerging talent award and will be exhibited in their Notting Hill showroom from the start of September until the end of the London Design Festival. The winner will have their product manufactured with MADE. If you like the Range Tables and would like to see them go into production make sure to cast your vote! To vote visit their showroom or Made.com/vote
These copper and oak vases are the first in a series of turned vessels that explore how form and core components can be used to create a product range. The turned oak holds a metal (copper) sleeve which in turn holds water. The copper acts as the common component that can be slotted into multiple vases. Minimalistic in aesthetic, the range is designed to be high quality pieces for the home.
Cutlery prototypes were hand made in solid brass before silver plating. They are designed to be elegant and simple in form.
A combination of metal and wood is used to create Task Light, featuring an aluminium spun shade, beech arms and a steel/beech base. Fully adjustable using three hinge mechanisms, it can be moved to any position.