A nice little mixed hors d'oeuvre of bespoke solid surface material workmanship from Buckinghamshire - Edward Williams Furniture Ltd. Thanks to Neal @ this versatile manufacturer for the images. A great show of thermoforming capability but I particularly like the simplicity and function of the top little square reception desk.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Friday, April 19, 2013
A progressive reception desk that flaunts a new composite product called 'Woodskin' created by Milan design studio MammaFotogramma. View their website for loads of info on the material and an interesting group of creatives. I can see this being utilised in all sorts of applications. Stunning. Found @ Wired. Photography ; Mammafotogramma.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
I have just found a business card that I was looking for stuck in my copy of Interior Designers Handbook between page 204 and 205 and more exciting than finding the business card was rediscovering an advert for Noble Russell that displays their fine craftsmanship in the form of this polished pleasure of a reception desk. Please view their website to see the full proud progressional photos of the objet d'art taking shape. Design by Bare Design for a project in Bahrain.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
From the studio of one of the top architecture and design firms, Studios Architecture, a geometrically adventurous reception desk, a precious pile of off set semi circles confidently conceived for an LA law firm. It must have been fun to design and a feat to make, a true one off.
Monday, March 4, 2013
A deceptively simple interior but look closer and you will see it is packed with craft,detail and considered design. The juxtaposition of finishes is clearly in extremes- at one end of the design spectrum we have the high polished lacquer surface of the serpentine reception desk and at the other the assured concrete building structure that compliment each other so beautifully. Great work throughout and text book levigation.
Friday, March 1, 2013
Calfee,Halter & Griswold display it proudly within their art collection portfolio, as it should be. Beautifully sculpted American black walnut contrasted to what I will take a guess at to be a solidsurface material. Made by the bonafide artisans ReserveMillwork, Cleveland, Interior design by Architects Vocon and found @ TheCleveland.com.