Completing roles in both studio and workshop environments during my placement year has heavily inspired my work. I am always keen to broaden my knowledge of materials and their possibilities, resulting in my material experimentation informing my final designs. Whilst I aim to use materials in unexpected ways, albeit finishes or purpose, I try to keep manufacture straightforward. I try my best to design items people are intrigued by, the shapes and purpose may be easily recognised but perhaps not how they were created.
Designed to have minimal fittings and adhesive, TENT pendants are suited to residential and commercial environments. Individually blued, no two steel shades are the same. Both tall and short pendants incorporate Ash ceiling roses and removable topper, providing a complimentary contrast to the steel.
EVE Dining chairs
EVE is a dining chair consisting of an American White Oak frame and Corian weave. EVE not only pushes the perceived material properties of Corian but utilises material offcuts too. Similarly, to TENT pendants the piece focuses on contrasting materials, minimal fittings and experimenting with materials.