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Tom Lloyd and Luke Pearson

Tom Lloyd and Luke Pearson

Architonic has produced a film made by Director/Camera/Editor Daniel Nelson featuring London-based industrial design duo PearsonLloyd discussing their particular design approach, with visual references to their exhibition at September 2013′s London Design Festival.

 

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Wed 28.8.

Bath Street Furniture by PearsonLloyd (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.08.2013 - Tagged as:

Bath Street Furniture by PearsonLloyd

Bath Street Furniture by PearsonLloyd

London-based studio PearsonLloyd will be unveiling a new exhibition at Great Western Studios, London, a key highlight of which will be the unveiling of a collection of street furniture for the historic city of Bath in the UK. A range that includes benches, cycle stands, wastebins, bollards, street-trading units and water fountains.

 

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'Galleria' modular seating system by PearsonLloyd for Tacchini

‘Galleria’ modular seating system by PearsonLloyd for Tacchini

London-based designers PearsonLloyd continue their long term collaboration with Italian furniture brand Tacchini with the launch of ‘Galleria’, a modular seating system for public spaces.

 

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'Eleven' armchair by PearsonLloyd for Alias

The London based design studio PearsonLloyd designed this new upholstery series consisting of armchair, two and three-seater sofa for the Italian manufactruer Alias, shown at the Salone del Mobile for the first time. ‘Eleven’ is composed of slim legs in cast aluminium connected to a steel frame which supports the voluminous seat, back and armrest cushions. A restraint but beautiful detail is the stitching of the textile covering.

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'Part' by PearsonLloyd for Modus

Designjunction is the exhibition of several British labels at Zegna headquarters on Via Savona during this year’s Salone del Mobile. Modus will be on show with a whole range of new products by namable designers such as Michael Sodeau, PearsonLloyd and Claesson Koivisto Rune.

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'Lox' by PearsonLloyd for Walter Knoll

After several joint projects ‘Lox’ is the most recent result of the collaboration between the British designers PearsonLloyd and the German manufacturer Walter Knoll. Composed of a plastic shell, optionally upholstered, and two different bases, a four-star or a tubular steel base, the swivel chair is an all-rounder for lounging and dining, conferencing and contract.

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Mon 20.9.

‘PLC’ by PearsonLloyd for Modus (UK)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 20.09.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

Upholstered version: 'PLC' by Modus

The London based design duo PearsonLloyd will present their newest creation for the British label Modus at this year’s London Design Festival within a beautiful installation at the Modus showroom. ‘PLC’, a modern version of the archetypal wooden café chair will be showcased as an installation that features up to 36 unique colours exclusively produced for the event. Each design will be auctioned through sealed offers online and in the showroom, 28-29 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DS.

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'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

The Austrain manufacturer Bene recently presented this new family of office furniture designed by the British PearsonLloyd.

‘PARCS’ is the result of collaboration between Bene and PearsonLloyd that started at Orgatec 2006 in Cologne, Germany. An informal meeting revealed the first notions for New Meeting Environments – a research project initialised by Pearson Lloyd and Bene. They discussed a different kind of furniture for the middle zone: these new zones and areas in today’s office are a counter point to traditional workstations.

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

PearsonLloyd initially played the elimination game – identifying the territory that was definitely not part of New Meeting Environments. It was agreed that the formality of the boardroom or the acoustic privacy of an enclosed meeting room was outside the project’s remit, as was fixed, desk based activity. Six months later, PearsonLloyd presented their findings and a project proposal.

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

The result of this intense collaboration is a range of monolithic elements which create spaces that facilitate different types of activities without defining precisely how people are going to use them.

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

“The subtlety of getting the right signals that will engage with people; where it will have the right sense of where technology works with it, where space works with it; where light works with it – these are not things you can ask questions about in order to get a didactic answer. We tried to find out what will trigger an emotional response in people that will make them feel like using a space in a certain way or go to a place for a particular need.” says Tom Lloyd, PearsonLloyd.

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

'PARCS' by PearsonLloyd for Bene, photo © Bene

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