Extra Time

Extra Time

This is a fantastic statement clock. The combination of different wood creates a brilliant contrast and pattern. The concept comes from a need for more time in a day. The clock has 25 divisions giving it a sense of asymmetry and encouraging a focus on “kairological” time- thinking about what I’m doing and how it feels rather than counting minutes and focusing on chronological time.

£700

Extra Time (L)

Extra Time

This is a fantastic statement clock. The combination of different wood creates a brilliant contrast and pattern. The concept comes from a need for more time in a day. The clock has 25 divisions giving it a sense of asymmetry and encouraging a focus on “kairological” time- thinking about what I’m doing and how it feels rather than counting minutes and focusing on chronological time.

£740

Bookstack

Bookstack

Bookstack explores the concept of turning a structure inside out and exposing the support structure. The shelves converge towards a supporting central column and are angled so that the weight of the books tends towards the centre. The struts between the shelves act as pivots of cantilevers. By disguising the central support columns as books it gives the illusion of floating book shelves.

£1980

Credenza

This sideboard offers storage and display space with a sculptural feel. The crisp geometric lines and contrasting woods hint at Art Deco interiors. The main compartment is accessed by sliding the top and the drawers open on the side, so all movements happen along the wall rather than into the room. The Credenza was awarded Certificate of Merit by the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers and shortlisted for the Wood Awards 2009.

£3900

Not on display – enquiries welcome!

Bookish

Bookish Shelves

Bookshelves featuring inspiring quotes, or your own:

“Anyone who isn’t confused doesn’t fully understand the situation.” Ed Murrow
“There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them.” Joseph Brodsky
“Stat rosa pristina nomine, nomina nuda tenemus.” Umberto Eco

£180

Twirl

Coffee Table

Inspired by the twirl of a dress. The legs are made by the technique Coopering; each leg is made of ten sections set at 7.5 degree angles and joined together. Five legs captures the energy and movement visible through the glass top.

Commissions welcome!

£1200

This Thing of Darkness

This Thing Of Darkness

Initially inspired by the line “This thing of darkness I acknowledge mine” from Shakespeare’s The Tempest. The symbolic magic mirror reflects the parts of us that we do not wish to see, forcing us to acknowledge them as “mine”. The piece is cleverly designed so that the mirror simply slots in to the thick oak shelf. Commissions welcome.

£1200

Not on display – enquiries welcome!