Echoes of Flora (Client Installation)
An intimate collaboration of craftsman and setting to celebrate British grown timbers through a refined series of unique yet familial forms. Each piece is a completely individual take on a singular silhouette, an evolutionary play on proportion dancing from one vessel to the next.
This installation consists of ten diverse and characterful examples of responsibly sourced and often rare British woods and finishes throughout 37 total vessels in heights varying from ten to twenty centimetres.
Ash & Plumb
Installation of the 37 piece collection on a 5m x 90cm long dining table, arranged so that guests may view pieces from any position and still see a wide variety of timbers and forms.
Intended for display both as a standalone installation and also as part of a dinner setting there is the option for the display of dried florals. We have provided a small selection of dried florals for use but we recommend indulging in the delight of selecting clippings from a garden or surrounding environment so as to evolve the installation with the seasons. We suggest using dried elements in less than half of the vessels in a non-uniform order as the most complementary option.
Showing the array and diversity of British timbers used for this project: Elm Burr, Sequoia Burr, Oak Burr, Brown Oak, Ebonised Oak, Charred Oak, Spalted Beech, London Plane, Ash, Spalted Ash