Ultra modern atmospheric spaces for homes & businesses. Available as free standing screens as well as internal cladding options for immerse atmospheric effects.
Above: Double layer Webb design screen detail with LED lighting Below: derivation of screen patterns
Left: detail of cedar, ebony copper & brass hinge mechanism
Screen patterns are natural abstractions carrying embodied ideas of nature & materiality.
All components are available separately so panels can be changed or modified with LED lighting system at any time
Combination of Cedar frames with Ebony, copper & brass hinge mechanism
LED LIGHTING UNITS
Effects can be further enhanced with the addition of LED lighting units independently lighting both front & rear screens with programmed colour shifting effects.
Light & colour used independently on the front screen, between screens & space behind create dynamic effects of foreground middle ground & background.
The plane is the basic architectural unit to organise space. It can contain, divide, connect, hide or reveal using scale, texture, materiality & degrees of transparency to create presence, spatial quality & atmosphere.
A versatile modular unit able to combine to form adjustable seating & work surfaces in free standing & wall mounted configurations
ARRANGEMENT 1 FREE STANDING
Simple functional units which combine to allow for a spontaneous adjustable seating & work surface arrangements to adapt to changing activities .
Battens act as interlocking teeth making adjustment simple, quick & secure
The hollow interior provides opportunity for storage or lighting
Wall mount arrangement is possible with the addition of batten system allowing a single unit to act as seat, work surface or alternatively be removed & combined with free standing configurations.
Unit 1: Suitable for both free standing & wall mounted
Unit 2: Suitable for free standing configurations only.
Unit 3: Suitable for wall mounted configurations only - requires batten unit
(removable cushions available as needed)
A compact & expressive design with storage space, height adjustment, different orientations & leather cushion
interactive lighting options
Influenced by two iconic chairs both with expressive forms descriptive of structural forces.
The traditional African chief chair, commonly seen throughout Africa consists of two easily transportable removable interlocking components, an elegant demonstration of simplicity & functionality.
Hard queen ebony pegs fix the comparatively soft cedar tenon & mortise joints with friction & pressure.
use no glue, instead relying on the complementary qualities of two timber types.
TRADITIONAL JAPANESE JOINTS
The average art & design book contains 200 pages, at least 20% images suggesting roughly 11 square metres of images hidden away on your book shelf.
The concept of this table was to create a book display for the home or office to encourages interaction. A bare wood & glass skeleton with paper cladding.
Expression of structure, materiality, layering & transparency are features of Japanese architecture.
Above: Image by Ignis [CC BY-SA 2.5, 184.108.40.206], via Wikimedia Commons- Modified
Detail borrowed from Japanese Azekura architectural style seen in early centuries AD commonly seen in wooden store houses
Traditional Japanese joints use no glue, instead relying on the complementary qualities of two timber types.
Using elements of form and proportion from traditional Japanese architecture
MATERIALS: IRON BARK, BRASS, GLASS
DIMENSIONS: W 560mm x L 960mm x H 390mm
VARIABLE OPTIONS: MATERIALS, DIMENSIONS
A FUNCTIONAL SCULPTURE OF INTERLOCKING UNITS WITH MULTIPLE ORIENTATIONS OFFERING UNIQUE AESTHETIC & FUNCTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES.
Each unit is a sculpture with many orientations. By itself it functions as a single stool. when combined with another in the retracted position it functions as a single stool, two stools when both units are separated & a side table with shelves & compartments when partially retracted & turned on one side.
the form evolved from feedback between desired aesthetic qualities & their functional & structural implications. the result is a unity between these three requirements expressing a modular, transforming & organic form