The Stellar mirror, takes inspiration from the physical attributes of cut diamonds. The mirror’s reflective qualities, whilst crisp and pure at its centre, radiate out with a ring of 750 individually sized and angled mirrored sections, breaking down the light and the surrounding environment, delivering it to the eye as one sparkling entity.
This optical dispersion means that as the ambience of the mirror’s environment changes throughout the day, so too does its colour and lustre, creating an ever changing focal point to a room.
The APOLLO light is made entirely from coconut fiber – a material that has huge environmental and social benefits.
This fiber is extracted from the husk protecting the coconut fruit, which grows to full size in just 45 days, and uses an array of local cottage industries from the initial harvesting right through to the lamps final construction.
The APOLLO lights shape takes its inspiration from the command modules used on the Apollo space program.
The gun has fast become an important yet paradoxical global icon – used to protect a family or a reputation, to keep the peace or to kill, they are sought by housewives to dictators, and manufactured in the masses for the masses.
Whilst their design varies enormously in style, shape and complexity, the design for the object of delivery, the cartridge, has barely changed since the early part of the 19th century.
The SHELL stool pays homage to this symbolic piece of significant yet controversial design.
A multi-tiered low table inspired by the flat roofs and smooth facades of Bauhaus architecture.
The change in size and placement of each tier bring both a physical and visual balance to the table, whilst also offering a range of storage zones to cater for the dimensions of the table’s contents, and the user’s personal preferences.