Made in Trinidad & Tobago using the same time-tested processes as the iconic red mailboxes that dot the local landscape, Bloom plant boxes push form for function, style, and delight.
The most dramatic feature of the table is the stilt-like hand turned legs inspired by the moko jumbie/stilt walkers, a feature of our Carnival celebrations. The bean like table top was in response to the space and added to creating a sense of ease.
Peera is a reinterpretation of a small, traditional, usually homemade wooden bench. Sit on it, unpack it for two separate seats, stand on it to reach higher, or use it as a handy carrying case.
The MR Side Table plays off a traditional Carnival character, the Midnight Robber. The central component of this table is a turned teak version of a traditional cooking gas cylinder.
Scene is a custom outdoor seating unit, created for two. It finds its origin in traditional Trinidadian public space benches, but updates forms and materials for a more contemporary and elegant twist.
Verb is a multi-functional object that can be easily manipulated in form – from stable, balanced objects like a table, bench, sculpture, or bookcase, to dynamic forms that perambulate, rock or spin.