A bookcase that brings together three natural elements; wood, straw and gold, to form a striking shelf that emits light from within its straw marquetry interior.
A glowing evening sun shimmers. Hewn legs cast in lost wax bronze support a dramatically elegant top.
Irregular sheets of natural parchment, full of tonal variation, are laid over an asymmetrical slab and fully lacquered. The tables are lifted by five deeply textured bronze legs.
A magnificent dining table, rich with sculptural and material depth.
Lapis tables are made with layered lapis lazuli and turquoise-pigmented lacquer that is rubbed through and polished to create tops for the elegant small side/spot tables.
Every beautiful room needs some jewelery. Lapis tables are made with layered lapis lazuli and turquoise-pigmented lacquer that is rubbed through and polished to create tops for the elegant small side/spot tables.
Rye straw was used to make tapering structural forms
Two natural tones of shagreen lie side by side
Hand-selected straw in a spectrum of natural colours.
An elemental form is rendered in striking textures and finishes.
A lamp impossibe not to touch and admire up close.
Contemporary yet ancient, a luminous play of rings and ovals in rare materials.
Straw marquetry hand-dyed in ebony to pale has been inlaid to create an ombre feathered pattern in smokey tones.
Translucent carved stone makes a sophisticated accent to the textured bronze column of the Shangó Floor Lamp.
A tall translucent stone vase sits on a bronze studded base creating a dramatic, natural lighting element.
Gold light pours out from behind a totemic black bronze mace floating at the centre of a wide cast bowl.
Inspired by the chiaroscuro painting of Francisco Goya, a golden bowl of naked flames is lifted on long burnt bronze textured legs with polished and faceted polished feet.
Made from intricately inlaid beetle carapaces collected in the rice fields of Thailand, the Scarab Candle Sconce creates a mesmerizingly iridescent light.
Clams create a sense of shells washed up on the shore.
Fronds in ten shapes and sizes bring a pure natural element, appearing to fall or lie gracefully across vertical surfaces. They are cast in bronze and finished in a rich natural patina.
An impression of the mirror pond reflection of long paddy fields as we come down to land at Phnom Pehn or Saigon.
A Siamese moon on the water that gently ripples in the breeze.
A duo of overlapping coffee tables in Bamboo Lacquer supported by textured bronze legs