The Slow Table is an expression of traditional stone typologies in solid Oak. The offset legs give a playful sense of movement while the rounded edges invite tactile exploration.
The Pillar Table takes its name from its distinctive cylindrical legs. It is a generously proportioned solid wooden table with simple, honest detailing. It has been designed to grow with the space as necessary, additional legs can be added to lengthen the table indefinitely or turn corners to best fit the space.
An exploration of fundamental forms led to the Musical Square. Made from three identical tessellating pieces, it is distinctly different when viewed from each of its four sides. A side table or extra seating when needed, it is an object with its use open to interpretation. The concept can be used to create square or rectangular forms of any shape or size, anything from side tables to public bench seating.
An exercise in simplification. Made from five pieces of Oak that appear to grow out of one another. This is the first prototype in the ongoing development of the chair.
An all purpose carry bag made from ripstop tent fabric. It’s lightweight, durable and folds down to almost nothing.
Flora is a slim, archetypal bench seat. Made from solid European Beech with a Harakeke (New Zealand Flax) upholstered cushion.