I started Eco wood design while my partner and I were living in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2010. My designs are influenced by the Arts and Craft Movement, as well as Danish design and Japanese techniques, and I look to recycled and sustainably sourced timber in order to help the environment in any way that I can.
A technically complex piece: the overall form is based on the client imagining as a child that the thunder she heard during storms could be powerful enough to distort the furniture!
I designed these bowls while living in Copenhagen, influenced by the location of my workshop on ‘Teglgårdstræde’ (tile yard street) within the old city and the interlocking patterns this name suggests.
The S(l)ide table started as a pun – a table that you couldn’t put anything on, but practicality intruded resulting in a useable piece which reflects its whimsical origins.