It was a busy week as Maison et Objet was the same time as Birmingham interiors!
Thank you so much to the companies and people below for their
willingness and enthusiasm to collaborate!
Hooks and mount made from a selection of timber off-cuts including; Oak, Walnut, Ash, Pine, and
Mahogany. Also available in Strawberry Red, Petrol Blue and Brimstone Yellow lacquered finishes.
This design has found a sustainable use for a material that could otherwise go to waste. The mount board is a new prototype; only needing two screws to mount three hooks- the screw is also concealed behind the two outer hooks.
Each off-cut hook is individual and illustrates the many qualities and grains of the various timbers used.
Connect Candle holder
These prototypes have been produced using the prevalent surplus waste of sawdust and off-cuts, common in all wood working manufacture. Using resin, coloured dyes, a mould, high pressure and skilled workmanship these well considered candle bases have been manufactured using a material that would have ordinarily gone to waste.
Warp Wall Clock
Spun aluminium clocks with Graffiti artists creating one-off artwork.
This is a collaboration using an existing Purewhyte design but with an added twist.
The two UK artists were given free reign using the surface of the clocks as their canvas.
Each clock is a one-off illustrating the individual artists creative style.
Large clocks by Mr Yeti for Moose & Yeti
These clocks will soon be available to purchase exclusively on the Purewhyte Website.
Drew Occasional Table
The occasional table is an extension of the Drew Furniture range originally launched at the Milan Furniture Fair 2009 with Designersblock.
After meeting at 100% Design London and viewing the Drew Dining table, Silvio Perna the Managing director of AWBL felt his company could produce the range with a superior finish, using Automated PAVE machinery.
Amazingly it was produced in a very short time frame with a brilliant finish- thank you to the whole team at AWBL- Silivio is now in my phone as: Silvio the wire bending god!
If you visited Birmingham Interiors or if you require any additional information please do not hesitate in contacting me via the Purewhyte website.