EXPERIMENTS

To fully understand processes both creatively and practically, we take every opportunity to be hands-on with both raw materials and new technologies that inspire innovative outcomes.

Playing with everything from repurposed wood and concrete moulds to CNC cutting, composite inlays and 3D printing - sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t, but they always lead to something unexpected, and a new understanding.

"It's kind of nice sometimes to set up something to encourage or allow happy accidents to happen."
David Lynch


Repurposed concrete floor slab as coffee table top.

Repurposed concrete floor slab as coffee table top.

Modular CNC exhibition panel system with tiled sections.

Modular CNC exhibition panel system with tiled sections.

Model-making with concrete moulds and oak pieces.

Model-making with concrete moulds and oak pieces.

Concrete and grout mix experiments using baking moulds.

Concrete and grout mix experiments using baking moulds.

Prototypes of flexible desktop storage system from CNC plywood, milled aluminium pegs, and 3D printed joining pieces.

Prototypes of flexible desktop storage system from CNC plywood, milled aluminium pegs, and 3D printed joining pieces.

Oak saucer with napkin holder from an old plank.

Oak saucer with napkin holder from an old plank.

Experimenting with pattern inlay into acrylic composite.

Experimenting with pattern inlay into acrylic composite.

Model-making with card and string for Maker Carousel.

Model-making with card and string for Maker Carousel.

iPad/book holder from repurposed oak block.

iPad/book holder from repurposed oak block.

Stools from salvaged oak and tree trunks retaining natural detail.

Stools from salvaged oak and tree trunks retaining natural detail.