The Bow Chair was developed on the principle of honest design to be true to the material and process of solid timber. Named after its slender arching backrest, the Bow Chair conveys a design tension between sharp edges and soft undulating faces.
Each transition of the Bow chair highlights the elegant, natural grain of shaped timber. Unique dado joins celebrate rather than hide its construction and thoughtful consideration for solid timber ensures minimal waste.
Produced by Design By Them & available in a variety of custom timbers and finishes.
A reinvention of the classic ottoman, Coco feeds the senses with colour, texture and shape.
Dowel is a family of stools that celebrate a rich and yet unlikely combination of materials with its polished solid brass seat and understated turned timber legs. Inspiration came loosely from the use of brass in architecture and particularly the way it used as a material we interact with as a touch point. The name however conveys the stools sense of simplicity, honesty and that every element is essential to the design. The stools come in a counter height of 640mm and a bar height of 740mm.
Harpoon Joint collection (2014-2015). Harpoon High Stool
Harpoon Joint collection (2014-2015). Harpoon Low Stool
The Jules collection is a sophisticated and minimal furniture range inspired by a mix of Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics.
Inspired by the flow of molten metal, the Serif stool by Charles Wilson was designed to resemble a discarded industrial component – like the casing from a piece of agricultural or earth-moving equipment.
Six Fold is a bench seat that uses six individual sheets of EchoPanel® to function as an underframe, turning a non-structural material into a supportive element.