The AS Colour project was a build of precision. Embodying the Japanese aesthetic of Geido – discipline, white tiles descended in flawless lines and exact geometric shapes highlighted uncompromising talent of our craftsmen. Rived oak paneling, mortex floor, wide doors and windows created a sense of light and space.
The flagship showroom draws upon the tactile nature of its products in a Grade II listed building. Working with interior designer Hollie Bowden, the space features reclaimed timber floors from a French church, bespoke lighting from Vabizzuno, linen-wrapped display shelves and hand-forged bronze work for the Giacometti-inspired display shelving.
Art installation construction for Royal College of Art degree show. Taking the concept of ‘interior architecture,’ the install comprised of a building a partition wall giving way to a darkened space for video projection. The acute angle of the wall and tall elongated doorway entrance created a dynamic warping of space and scale.