Ceramic tableware

Fri 04 2008



The tableware is crafted from moulded and hand thrown white stoneware clay, which is then decorated with various slips and under-glazes. Louise often works on more richly decorated pieces between firings to adjust and accentuate the colours and image.Throughout her career, Louise Gibb has developed a unique style with surface pattern. Whether she is producing figurative or abstract designs her aim is always to make it fresh and interesting.

Sunroom seating

Fri 04 2008


Flexible contemporary furniture, built-in or free-standing, using the very best materials, fittings and finishes. The storage problems created by modern living such as the live-work environment are seen as a creative challenge.Sunroom seating with fitted upholstery, curved front in cherry, giving a nautical feel with deep storage drawers.

Jonathan Field

Flute screens

Fri 04 2008

giles_fluting_screens.jpgDresser screens incorporating the process of ‘fluting’ cardboard to imprint a floral pattern into the surface of the material. Giles Miller


Fri 04 2008


Designed as a playful take on lighting with a real sense of cultural identity. The hat is an object that often associates its wearer with a particular society, heritage or race.  The bowler and top hat are classic British cultural icons reflecting a bygone era of imperialism, class divide, and eccentricity.Jake Phipps