Ceramic tableware

Fri 04 2008

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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

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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

JEEVES & WOOSTER

Fri 04 2008

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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