Installations at various locations; parks, bus stops, private gardens and terraces. Predominately created in naturally weather resistant and durable oak wood with stainless steel fittings. Often site specific works.
The Cricketer’s Bench
Belmont Park, Kent - a fitting seating piece for the cricket field.
Newnham Church Bus Stop Bench
Newnham Village, Kent - set into banking alongside the flint wall by church next to red phone box of this quintessential English village. This bench seat features a seating structure carved in oak wood with curvilinear leg base elements in off-white cast concrete. The seating section of the bench form assembled onto the base blocks at installation. The base blocks cut into the banking and then set in their own key foundation bases in order to create an immovable structure once finished.
Private garden, Bedfordshire - sculpted bench seat with stonework front to conceal ornamental pond pump workings.
Belmont Park, Kent - concentric circular seat covering large tree stump in the garden grounds with a bronze cast hedgehog detail (the emblem of belmont estate)
Private terrace, Devon . Large section 'off-heart' oak beam frame construction base with 'gap set' table top design. These tables were made as a complimentary pair for the paved terrace area overlooking a coastal inlet.
Designed and created for the Sail Tables, these exterior chairs are made using prime quarter sawn oak wood with A4 marine grade stainless steel fittings. An exercise in small batch produced design that unifies a good comfortable chair for exterior dining within a more economic production method.
Woking, Surrey - Garden entrance way bench seating units. These bench seats work in variable placement formats allowing flexible in the reception entrance way of the Lightbox gallery depending on exhibition programs and events. Paired in slide shift arrangement as seen here or placed singular in series.
Shortlisted Wood Awards 2007
Zurisee Boat House Bench
Horgen, Zurich, CH - bench seat designed to hang off boathouse wall where ground below too soft for leg base footings.