Is an indoor/outdoor greenhouse inspired by the pinnatisect leaf. Its acrylic leaves protect the propagation of herbs and plants whilst allowing sunlight, rain and wind to pass through the unit. Whilst its trunk like form allows for plants to be nurtured and cultivated vertically.
Is an indoor plant shelving unit, designed to home a collection of plants. Various plant pots can be placed through the assorted hoops, creating numerous ways to showcase plants and pots alike. With hollow shelves the plants are given the room to grow. In time cuttings can be taken, which can be propagated in its counterpart Pinn, creating an endless circle of growth, cultivation and wellbeing.
Available in different diameters and heights its simple cylindrical form inspired by the urban environment allows the growth of larger plants by acting as supportive structure for any climbing or hanging plant.
A range of hand blown glass vessels, their organic forms and natural colours a reflection upon the nature of growth and form. Designed to be used in conjunction with Hoop, Pinn and Mesh for the cultivation, propagation and display of planst, herbs and vegetables.
Inspired the work of Piet Mondrian, this bespoke shoe unit transfers his iconic style into oak and acrylic. Its geometric arrangement altering as its sliding doors interchange positions, whilst its overall form micks a flight of stairs ensuring utility and functionality merge with aesthetics.
Both in its use creation and practicality this tiered drinks cabinet focuses on use. Using reclaimed oak, brass ball and claw feet and by applying the Japanese technique ‘Shou Sugi Ban’ a second life is given to the materials. Whilst its tiered functionality ensures that serving drinks is always a social occasion.
Is an experiment design exploring modular shelving through the interplay of gravity and fun. Like a thread weaving its way through fabric, the shelves can be arranged in numerous ways. When hung; gravity takes control of the final form bringing a little chaos with it!
Is an experimentation of process, extruded porcelain is lightly coiled outwards then up. Freedom is given to the porcelain during this act so natural gaps and undulations appear as the layers are created. The extruded leftovers are used to create a porcelain slip, filling gaps and creating water tight vessels.
Is a exploration of material and modular shelving. The individual oak, cherry and walnut boxes can be easily twisted and moved around the unit, allowing for numerous configurations and ways to display your favourite objects.