Furniture students from The Cass, Architecture and Design will present a range of work during Clerkenwell Design Week at the PLATFORM exhibition in the House Of Detention.
Date: 29 May 2014
Furniture students from The Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design will present a range of work during Clerkenwell Design Week at the PLATFORM exhibition in he House Of Detention
Neb Abbott presents the 'Wasp Chair', a side chair offering excellent comfort and lumbar support and a dramatic aesthetic through its CNC manufacture.
Mandie Beuzeval presents 'Layered' the first part of a collection of furniture using an interlocking joint system. Mona Tripp shows 'Abacus Stool' and Stiletto Bench'. Inspired by traditions, driven by materials and manufacturing process.
Aysha Shah shows the 'Folding Armchair'. A reinvention of a 1950's design classic, using innovative patented Briar-connect clips.
Herb Palmer presents 'tilt' a flat pack system whose angled uprights and shelves lock themselves in to place, eliminating the need for any fixings.
Joe Fitzgerald showcases a table and bench from part of his 'Water Collection'. Inspired by simplicity and function, the result is a clean aesthetic through minimal detailing.
Gavin Smith. 'Imbue'. Modern laser cut marquetry. Dramatic geometric patterned table.
Tim Grist presents oak veneered CNC cut furniture featuring sprung plywood seating component, creating comfortable, durable and lightweight furniture.
Alejandra Tellez's Tropical Ensuenos Lounge Chair is inspired by the Colombian Caribbean region. Manufactured using colourful hemp fibres wound onto a light mild steel frame.
Prince Ntim-Adjei Lua Garcia presents an adaptable desk come drawing board that can be easily assembled in the home.
Marta Gover presents The Elephant Chair, designed to be functional and visually appealing with the ears wrapping the person sitting.
The new and exclusive piece, Wave from the Il Bacio collection will also be on show
- Website: clerkenwelldesignweek.com
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