Product and furniture designer based in and around London having recently graduated from Kingston University.
Work ranges from honest, simple furniture through observing the everyday to an interest in vernacular design and product narrative. Many projects are material led with elements of both craft and production.
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The project explores the relationship between place and object. Each piece relates to its raw material, the building size and brick qualities determine their functions and a set of postcards narrate the journey from material to object.
In a world where a desk is no longer needed, source supplies a minimal surface for standing and sitting tasks. The compact size reflects current technology and a digital environment. The unit acts as a stationary hub to connect, charge and store a laptop along with other portable essentials. The box is then simply hung onto the wall on a 45 degree split panel.
6 days chair bodging in Westernbirt Arboreteum. The project was to make our own version of the classic Windsor chair. Skills learnt included chopping locally sourced ash timber, steam bending, kiln drying, using a shaving horse and pole lathe. Other tools such as spoke shaves, wood planes were used for finishing. No sandpaper.
Everyday objects are a set of simple beech products that utalize the qualities of rubber, achieved through a common rubber band. The set included a door wedge, pencil box, pencil and peg. A collection of illustrated cards showing adhoc uses for rubber bands was also made.
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