5 domed desktop office elements. A light, 2 containers, a magnet, a paperweight. To clean up your desk is to create a universe for your stationery objects.
ROUND DIAMOND FLOOR RUGS
Cut through the heart of the diamond. When light hits the surface colour refracts, when in darkness colour disappears.
An analog device for looking at the back of your head. To see your self as only others can.
A glass ball of light, half in darkness, spins interactively through your hands; lets you control luminosity and colour. A little earth for your table.
An other-worldly table lamp composed of parts sourced from all over this world. Glass from Switzerland, timber from Australia, metal from China. They meet for the first time here in the Other Hemisphere – the material convergence of an idea.
SOUND MADE VISIBLE
Ceramic tableware imprinted with graphic patterns derived from sound frequencies on the surface of water. Each plate is a part, stacks to form the whole. A game for your dinner table.
NATURAL GRAIN KITE STOOLS
Choose your grain. Wheat. Rice. Straw.
PLASTIC BAG CUPS
What a simple idea and it’s yours to have too. Take your plastic bags and make delicate vessels easily with just a little heat and some supercycling ingenuity.
An energy meter; an empathometer, registering power use in the home. Amber replaces the canary in the coalmine to inform our domestic energy consumption. A curious intelligent life form breathes quietly in captivity.
UN-EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE VESSELS
Molecularly rearranged particles of useless polystyrene junk become useful bowls to put things in. Cigarette butts distilled for their pigment create a surprisingly beautiful finish. Discarded computer keyboards are the new colour white.