Over the past 3 years furniture design has developed from a passion to a way of life. I am a recently graduated Furniture designer with a 2.1 BA(hons) in Furniture and related product design from Sheffield Hallam University.
I don't tend to follow a set way of designing, for each Read More...
The 'throne' like proportions of the Rococo chair can be traced to the exaggerated and often imposing scale evident in Baroque design. A design feature of the Rococo chair was the un-orthadox integration of aluminium components to create the frame and
Inspired by the process of moulding wood, this occasional table is an exploration in the manipulation of a single sheet of material into a complex 3D form. The dynamic form of the shape lends itself to the material's flexibility and an excellent streng
A contemporary take on the windsor chair, this was an exploration into traditional wood working and more directly steam bending. Made from Ash and Oak, chosen for their structural and visual qualities which both work well in contrast with one another.&
A conceptual design from my second year of university. This project was a live project for a company called Home Decor who wanted us to utilise the roll forming technique in a more contemporary fashion which would lend itself to a furniture application
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