Posts Tagged ‘Faye Toogood’

Assemblage 3

British designer Faye Toogood is going from strength to strength and her beautiful new collection, Assemblage 3, is currently on show at Phillips de Pury.

The stunning pieces below include a steel mesh dressing table, a floor lamp, a bronze ‘armour’ bench, a jewellery stand, and a shell sconce.


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Assemblage 1

I was lucky enough to see Faye Toogood‘s first stab at furniture design earlier this week as part of her Super Natural exhibition.  And, as expected, it’s absolutely stunning.

The collection is called Assemblage 1 – and focuses on three elements: wood, brass and stone.   There is also a concentration on English craftmanship and materials.

Some of my favourite pieces are below.  The hanging mobile (which needs to be seen in person) is made of solid brass rods in which sheets of amber-tinted glass (all cut to ISO 216 sizes) balance with found granite stones.  The ‘Element’ lamp is hand-sculpted from Perryfield Whitbed Portland stone (which is surprisingly soft and smooth to the touch!)

Super Natural is on until the end of the 28th… I’d highly recommend getting there to see it in person.

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Sticks, Stones & Broken Bones

A fantastic collaboration between designers Studio Toogood and izé:  knobs, hooks and handles inspired by nature.

Via Dezeen.

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Tom Mannion’s World

I just came across these incredible interiors by photographer, Tom Mannion.  He shoots a combination of eclectic spaces as well as interior set builds (often partnering with stylist Faye Toogood.)  All his images have an alluring other-worldly quality.  I’m curious to know where the glass house in the last image actually is.  Anyone know?


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