Vintage industrial Drawing Table, Retro drafting table, made and delivered in England.

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Handmade Retro looking Draughting table. Drawing table made to order.

Handmade Retro looking Drafting table.
Drawing table made to order.

 

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Another vintage industrial Drawing table taking shape at my workshop, ready for delivery (to a central London Hotel)

Are you working from home? Why not do it in style? with a handmade drafting table with a retro look and feel.

This solid steel frame is fabricated with laser-cut steel profiles that are welded ground and polished exposing the polished steel edge, to give this drawing table a classic retro feel, Even the handwheels are fabricated to my design as I was unable to source a handle I liked

It’s certainly no lightweight copy but a handmade steel tribute to the great designers back in the day making and planning a better world, before the use of the interweb and pc computers.

Handmade drawing tables made to commission.

Drawing tables, drafting table. all handmade to your order.

Oak veneer woodwork, with brass details.

 

Retro drafting table, vintage industrial Drawing table. Handmade and delivered in the U.K.

 

Fabrication underway Laser cut parts fabricated to replicate a cast steel look

 

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Retro industrial drawing table.Nameplate

Handmade metal-framed drawing boards made to commission, draughting table 1350 X 800 mm Standing 1100mm high.

One of the most innovative pieces in my collection,  inspired by a retro, Victorian design. The steel frame is fabricated in house to give it a cast aged look, it is a timeless piece, suitable as an in-home or office desk.

The tilt is adjustable to your working preference.

Ideal as a standing desk.

Dimensions: 1350 X 800 mm board size. The aged wooden top Stands 1100 mm high, to the tilting pivot point

Won’t fit? No problem, we can make this to your specific size.

Drawing tables, drafting table. all handmade to your order.

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Oak veneer woodwork, with brass details.

Retro drafting table, vintage industrial Drawing table. Handmade and delivered in the U.K.

Aero Bench. New ‘Crossrail Elizabeth line’ pastel colours for you. Exclusive garden furniture.

Aero Bench. New ‘Crossrail Elizabeth line’ pastel colours for you. Exclusive garden furniture.

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Exclusive metal garden furniture using recycled and repurposed ‘Elizabeth line’ aluminum extrusions and laser-cut steel ends with stainless steel fixings.  These designer benches use recycled Aluminium panels offcuts from the Crossrail project.  Surely a talking point in your garden or conservatory.

This is ready to order directly in time for the good weather at a discounted £325  each for these working prototypes, plus delivery at cost, or you can collect directly, a choice of colours available.

I am working on a rust friendly Corten steel version, costs for this are approx  £525 + delivery. That’s maintenance-free steel, stainless steel, and powder-coated aluminum.

Stylish Summer Seating. Made to order.

 

 

 

Butterfly Lighting under construction. stainless steel lighting.

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Stainless steel butterflies for a lighting project , reminds me of Damian Hirst butterfly Paintings.

Whilst the butterfly is one of Hirst’s most enduring “universal triggers”, in the ‘Kaleidoscope’ paintings he differs from his use of it in earlier works. Previously, the inclusion of live butterflies, as in the installation ‘In and Out of Love’ (1991), or whole dead ones in the butterfly monochromepaintings, was partially an exploration of “the way the real butterfly can destroy the ideal (birthday-card) kind of love; the symbol exists apart from the real thing.”[2] Recalling someone once saying to him: “Butterflies are beautiful, but it’s a shame they have disgusting hairy bodies in the middle,” Hirst chose to use only the iridescent wings in the ‘Kaleidoscope’ paintings, divorcing the butterflies from “the real thing”.[3] Titles such as ‘The Most Beautiful Thing in The World’ (2003) reflect the idealised beauty they encapsulate.

But my work is nothing to do with that . its just the customer wanted butterflies on a steel globe which is what I have created for them . All made in house by me

However after looking at the 200 + butterflies getting heat coloured in batches a circular array of butterflies looks inspiring for another artwork.

More images to follow as this inspirational lighting design work develops.

 

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