Posts tagged as 'Samuel Wilkinson'
‘Scallop’ side table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus
Last year’s Brit Insurance Design of the Year Award winner Samuel Wilkinson has just realised this reduced, minimalist side table for Danish furniture manufacturer Versus. Featuring a barely visible, yet functional indentation designed to ‘help frame and organise objects like a magazines, books, keys or a phone’, the visually light ‘Scallop’ is available in two heights. (more…)
'Hoof' tables by Samuel Wilkinson for &tradition
The award-winning British designer Samuel Wilkinson has just realised this collection of solid oak lounge tables for the Danish manufacturer &tradition. Featuring a beveled, tapered legs and launched during Stockholm Furniture Fair 2012, ‘Hoof’ is available in five different colours: grey, black, natural, white-pigmented oil and light blue as well as two various sizes. (more…)
The disassembled 'Mantis' by Samuel Wilkinson for Case
This year’s Brit Insurance Design of the Year Award winner Samuel Wilkinson has just realised this modular desk for London furniture manufacturer Case. Intended for both office and domestic use, the customisable design features a number of optional, removable accessories such as a drawer for a laptop or papers, a file holder and a back panel which can be used as a note board or privacy screen.
Scroll down to watch the ‘animation of use’ of the desk, demonstrated by the designer himself. (more…)
'Vessels' series by Samuel Wilkinson for UK manufacturer Decode
When young British designer Samuel Wilkinson set out to redesign the standard low-energy light bulb, with the aim of making it work just as hard aesthetically as it does environmentally, he was in for a long trek. Journeying beyond the safe and familiar territory of the archetype is seldom easy, particularly when you have to develop a new set of manufacturing methods to realise your product. In conversation with Architonic, Wilkinson sheds some light on his award-winning ‘Plumen 001′ bulb.
(by Simon Cowell)
read Simon Cowell’s interview with Samuel Wilkinson on Architonic