'Twins' Pair of bookshelves.
Solid Southern Pine with turned Ash feet.
Commission: Exhibition shelving made from reclaimed school desk tops. 2022
The Seeing Hands, Katie Schwab, Collective, 2022. Commissioned by Collective and Bluecoat.
Photo credit: Sally Jubb Photography
Commission: Drinks Cabinet
Bespoke Birch plywood drinks cabinet making use of press shelving alcove in a West End tenement.
Commission: Scottish Oak Dining Table, Cove Park, 2022
These unique and heavily burled boards were selected for their character. Larger knots and splits are inlayed with reclaimed Brown Oak patches and bow ties.
Commission: Scottish Oak Seating, Cove Park, 2021
Designed with Yosuke Watanabe/ARD. Made from slabs of locally sourced air dry Oak, with lathe turned components and a hand scraped, linseed oil finish.
Commission: Modular Exhibition Shelving, Felix Gaudlitz, 2020
Shelving for gallery doorway that can be reconfigured for future use. Design allows for the shelf panels to be swapped out to change width of unit, supports can be added or removed to adjust height.
Designed for Text exercises, Taylor Le Melle at Felix Gaudlitz. Manufactured locally in Vienna.
Commission: Exhibition display shelving for Part Seen, Part Imagined. Studio Pavilion 2019
Designed with Daniel Main of Glasgow Tool Library for group exhibition at Studio Pavilion. Modular Ash shelving units with Douglas Fir shelves.
Commission: Dining Room Cabinets, Coffee table and Bench. 2019
Ian and Catherine were looking for a fitted display and storage space for their open plan dining space. We came up with this Birch plywood and Formica design in keeping with the Modernist property and furniture collection. We then made a matching coffee table and bench for the entrance hallway from Ash, Birch plywood and Marmoleum.
Commission: Civic House Kitchen, Civic House, Glasgow 2019
Designed with Hannah and Jack Paton and Civic House, we wanted to create a large multi purpose kitchen that was visually appealing. The space runs as a canteen and catering prep kitchen during the week and as a dry hire for events. It is an open kitchen and a focal point for the main events space in Civic House whilst also working very hard as a commercial kitchen. We borrowed materials often used in commercial kitchens such as stainless steel and utilised them in a bespoke way to achieve the functionality and look that the kitchen required. Image credit: Civic House Kitchen
Commission: Florence Dwyer, I Remain Yours. Tenement House Museum, 2018.
Display shelving for small objects. Douglas Fir and Aluminium track. Image credit: Malcolm Cochrane.
Commission: Instrument, Studio Table. Glasgow 2018.
Large studio work table with flush mounted desk lamps. Birch plywood and Marmoleum top with powder coated steel frame.
More images can be found here. Image credit: ZAC and ZAC
Commission: Thank You Very Much, David Dale Gallery & Studios, Glasgow, 2017
Out door furniture and tableware designed and made in collaboration with Florence Dywer. For this project we were required to produce seating and tableware suitable for an outdoor event. Hand bent steel rod furniture is adorned with repurposed materials such as woven place mats, corrugated plastic packaging and dyed wool blankets.
Commission: Free Market, Market Gallery, Glasgow, 2017
The installation consists of 6 uncut scaffolding boards supported by various wooden boxes and containers. This simple construction makes the benches easy to assemble, rearrange and modify, much like a market stall and useful to a community where permanent access to phycial space is hard to come by.
In a response to the theme of resource scarcity, the majority of the work is made from left over material. Additionally, each bench can be broken down into components which serve other suposes such as storage and display.
Fabrication: Ten stools made with Simon
Furniture pieces made with Katie Schwab for her exhibition Together in a Room, Collective, Edinburgh, 2016
Fabrication: Gallery furniture for Scotland in Venice, 2015
Trestle and side table designed for Scottish pavillion at Venice Biennale. Made with Josh Duncan. Graphic design by Maeve Redmond.