H2150mm x D270 x W740
H 420mm DIA 350
Local solid beech
h 800mm x d 450 x l 1500
larch, oak, ramin dowel.
The cabinets name comes from the Arne-Thompson folklore classification for ‘open sesame’.
The left half of the cabinet is three drawers and the right two doors, not immediately obvious until parts of the cabinet are pushed and things pop open.
Finished in beeswax.
H 790mm x W440 x D480
Solid Somerset Beech
Dining chair designed as part of a set for a restaurant. Very simple, paired back design and construction making it perfect as production piece on a larger scale.
Made from beech which is the same timber used to make most of the cooking utensils in the restaurant kitchen.
L 1400mm x D 300 x H 420
Bench based on the concept of the workshop saw horse, simple, and functional.
H730mm x L1600 x D800
Dining table in solid locally grown chestnut.
dia 1080mm x h 720
latvian birch ply, siberian larch
Third is a dining table designed and handmade in the UK.
The marbled top is created using a
natural wood dye that brings out
the figurative grain of the birch
sometimes lost in this light timber.
h 870mm x w 480 x d 400
local oak - one plank.
Oak chair naturally ebonised by breaking down some steel wool in vinegar. The resluting solution is appiled to a timber with high tannin content like oak and the reaction between tannin and potion turns the wood black. Made using traditional joints and hide glues.
h 490mm x dia 300
larch, concrete, birch plywood, gold
Side table with concrete base. The octagonal leg is hand gilded in gold leaf.
The top is in a handmade paint created by mixing pigment and linseed oil.
A marrying of contemporary design and traditional technique.
H 780mm x D 480 x W 450
birch and cherry
dia 300mm x h 400
siberian larch, oak
A round side table from two different but complimenting materials, hard wood leg frame with a softwood top.
h 20mm x w 60 x l 250
ebonised oak and natural beech options
Collaboration with our good friends at Colourway. Head on over to their site to purchase,
h 900mm x l 1050 x d 500
birch ply, ash
A collaboration between Charlie and designer / screen printer Christian Taylor. The doors were given to Christian as a blank canvas and this is the result.