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Labour of work, 2019

A collection of products for an open-plan contemporary working environment. The celebration of construction materiality used in architectural projects is repurposed through exploring the labour of work. The blue collar construction materiality lays the foundations that fire the architectural machine through functionality with an white collar aesthetic.

A curved silver curtain creates a meeting area, using a coated fabric that is normally used in photography to bounce light becomes a functional way of reflecting commercial strip lighting. A large floating desk island with a ghost structure materiality made from clear perspex divides the working stations with a proud pink curved roofing insulation top and mouse hole for plug sockets. The same design language gestures The Cypto Bar. The Jetson’s bar is constructed with foam piping insulation wrapped in silver foil and proud pink curved roofing insulation top. A low level seat with cushion is made from stacked white A4 paper vacuum packed with clear polythene. Deborah wall covering allows unsightly areas to be cover in mesh netting connected with cable ties and rips to gain access.

Photography by Harry Hawkes

Floating Desk Island

Perspex, roofing insulation, ply powder coated

Desk dims: 4500x1500x700

Perspex partition dims: 4500x1500x600

Floating Crypto Bar

Perspex, roofing insulation, ply powder coated

Dims: 2600x2400x600

Bar dims: 2600x900x600

Jetson’s Bar

Piping insulation, piping insulation, ply powder coated

Dims: 1800x1200x600

Deborah

Mesh netting

Dims: 2000 x 50000

A4 Stacked Seat

Paper, polythene.

Dims: W210 x L297 x H600

Curvaceous Division

Coated fabric, steel frame and fixings

Dims: L2000 x H1200