A pair of cabinets for the living room of clients in North London. The brief was for two cabinets to house a TV in one, and a whiskey collection in the other. Stylistically, the design had to be harmonious and generate warmth, but be a little bit different.
This wall-mounted cabinet sits in a new kitchen and was designed to not look like a typical kitchen cabinet. The Chilli Red name comes from the colour of acrylic used to form one end and base of the cabinet, chosen to match the red in the artwork above it.
The Lyctus beetle is not a friend of the average woodworker. Upon discovering that the sapwood of some carefully selected London Plane had been attacked by this little beast, I decided to celebrate rather than curse its unwelcome intrusion.
A sapele cabinet made to house a client’s much cherished collection of vinyl. This piece has overtones of mid-century design with its slender top and clean lines, while the rebated pink edge adds a contemporary feel.