Chair 68


A new chair born from a study of classics – Chair 68 combines walnut, bouclé and acrylic to playful effect. With tapered rear legs that sail beyond an angled seat, radiused frames are bridged by an acrylic bar that lends dynamism to the object and serves as a handle for transport



1990 is a little side table we designed to seamlessly interlock with no mechanical or adhered joints. Intersecting, asymmetric legs project upwards, presenting as a polished angle that sits flush with the top and locks all components in place



With a material nod to mid-century lucite objects, the key to Pocket’s form is its simplicity: a triangle bound by a circle sits on a set of rectangles, all interlocked to ease fabrication, transport and install. A detailed look at structure and internal volumes provides the design’s key feature: a concealed central compartment that offers storage for magazines, games and stationery.

Pebble Planters


A family of cylindrical planters of concrete construction, the key is their finish: a mix of pebbles trowelled evenly over all visible surfaces.



Fold is a new table designed for a residence to sit low to the floor atop a polished concrete slab. Constructed from welded aluminium that is waterjet cut, brushed and polished, Fold’s dynamism is created not through form but through varied finishing.

Pocket (Prototype)




Custom light fixture of welded steel and acrylic construction. Showcased at Australian Design Centre and retailed at Workshopped.