Flatbar Bench for The Holborn Workshop on Hackney Road, formerly Daniel Lewis & Son where I used to buy metal, now a lovely café and design shop.
Steel and reclaimed wood. Available at the Solid ID pop-up in Shoreditch, or from me. £170 with a one to two week lead time.
Flatbar Barstools. This pair were made for the Solid ID pop-up in Shoreditch - available made to order with a lead time of one to two weeks. Steel and reclaimed wood. £130 each.
The next member of the Flatbar family - Flatbar Coffee Table. This one is 1100x600x350 with a toughened glass top, though it can be made to any size.
I finished the Flatbar Stool, and I’m working on a collection based on the same aesthetic and material.
The one and only Flatbar Stool in existence can be purchased at the Solid ID pop-up shop in Shoreditch. Direct sales and commissions available, of course.
Some nice shots of the 23 Struchairs I made for Duffy London. These can be purchased here.
A great project in collaboration with the Bethnal Green-Fingers gardening club. We worked together on the design and construction of the boxes, which are now installed at Cheverell and Gillman Houses just up the road from my workshop.
A series of four awards for the 2013 NEM Summit in Nates.
Acid etched, laser welded stainless steel and walnut.
A pair of solid oak speakers based on a Fostex FE127e full-range driver. This project included research into acoustic enclosure design and dampening, along with cabinet making and finishing techniques.This subwoofer was designed and built to compliment the oak speakers. It turned out to be a little bit over kill, but bigger is, as they say, is better.
A conference table in lime and sycamore with a reclaimed antique weaving loom for a leg. Commissioned by John Write Photography for their new studio in Shoreditch.
A prototype of a little stool I put together on Friday. Vice and welder only. It’s made of flat-bar so I suppose it’s called the Flatbar Stool.
23 stainless steel chairs produced for Duffy London - now residing in Brazil.
An armature made for jewellery designer Fannie Schiavoni. The final piece will be draped in hundreds of hand-hammered metallic “scales” and sent of to be displayed in a department store in Shanghai.
A corner bench for the interior of La Gelateria ice cream parlour in Covent Garden. Angle steel, square tube and reclaimed wood from a palette.
Two maquettes from the Silver Lining project. Cast plaster and mirco-welded stainless steel.
A mobile pop-up cocktail bar for Lottie Muir - The Cocktail Gardener. Low budget, high impact and compact enough to fit in a little van.
Designed and made in collaboration with Joe Hearty as Super Dreich.