may day bench

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a garden bench inspired by the surge of springtime growth. Made from untreated air-dried Englsih Oak that will weather to a distinguished silver grey in our idiosyncratic climate.  Each bench is unique in its … Read More

grace chair

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The Grace chair was specifically designed to complement the Grace computer desk – echoing its shapes, giving good lower back support, and lighting up a dark corner of the room with its vibrant green … Read More

dartmoor stream

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A cabinet in English Cherry and Walnut inspired by a Dartmoor stream In more sense than one I wanted to go with the flow on this cabinet. That entrance between the doors came from … Read More

Yup’ik chair

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a contemporary windsor chair inspired by the kayaks of the Alaskan Yup’ik people. I was once lucky enough to spend time with the Yup’ik people who live on the Alaskan coast north of Bristol … Read More

Kachemak Bay

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A console table inspired by an Alaskan beach. On a damp low-clouded day in 2008 I was waiting in Homer, Alaska for a flight to go bear-watching, but we couldn’t fly because of the … Read More

wild river

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A coffee table in English sycamore inspired by wild Alaskan rivers. This low table is made from a rippling and wild-grained piece of English Sycamore which reminded me of the untamed, braided rivers of … Read More

grace desk

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The “Grace” desk was designed to house an iMac computer to be used for work and entertainment in a main living area. The client was a dancer who specifically wanted a table with no … Read More

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