Ceramic Fruit Bowl | 2001
Ceramic fruit bowl made from the design of fruit cardboard packaging found in supermarkets.
Launched in 2001 at the Milan furniture fair.
Royal is Produced and sold by Paola C.
Belly Button | 2001
Based on a series of body casts used to create large-scale "human landscapes".
Cast entirely in silicone, it is the perfect material to describe the feeling of sitting on a giant belly.
Mountain | 2002
A combination of fabric and Perspex it can be re-arranged to dream up objects, landscapes and sculptures.
Job | 1999
In collaboration with Eddie Mundy, glow job is a Fiat 500 that glows in the dark.
The car when exposed to an intense light source, freezes shadows, creating a canvas for passers-by to leave their mark.
Eddie Mundy, our cherished partner on Glow Job passed away unexpectedly on the 20th March 2006.
Picture credit: Jonas Hallberg Eggen, Dominic Tschudin RCA
Light | 1999
Installation using light bulbs which turn on and off in ten second intervals. Some of the light bulbs glow in the dark and when the bulbs switch off reveal the word GOD.
Formed part of an installation in the exhibition "Identity Crisis - the 90's Defined" at the Lighthouse in Glasgow.
|London by night | 1999
a glow in the dark London map invisible to the naked eye in daylight,
The map reveals itself when looked through an eyepiece.
Irresistable for finding your way home.
|Netscape | 2001
Giant net seating. Netting covers a Polyurethane inner shape.
|Thank you for smoking | 1997
Tobacco Ashtray made from tobacco, impregnated in resin.
Clip | 1999
Paper Clip blown up in scale to form an object with which to hold magazines or hang clothes on.
There are two versions:
1.Hung from ceiling to form a chain.
2.Wall mounted, comes with fixings
The Big Clip is edited by Memphis in their Home Alone collection.
|Genius | 1999
Sticky-note furniture. Write messages to your friends or scribble or sketch or keep your big ideas or doodle then peel off and stick anywhere you like!
We also sell the Genius Pads on their own perfect for your big ideas!
Picture credit: Mehdi Teimory
|Grabba Babbas | 2001
This collection of rubber mounted hand grips extend the play surface providing physical support to exploratory children. The grips can be manipulated to make faces for fun.
Exhibited in the U.K. touring exhibition "Adorn, Equip"
|ZiPP Mannequins | 2005
A collection of three types of flat pack mannequins made using polypropelene and a unique zipping technique designed by the studio.
Deploy fashion label used the mannequin's for their launch and subsequent trade shows around the world.
See our brochure for the mannequin's here.
|Bic Candle Lighter
An exact wax cast of the Bic disposable lighter.
Colours in stock: Red and Yellow
Squeezer | 1997
Wire mesh stamped to form rigid squeezer shape.
The forming process also dictates the edge shape.
Picture credit: Jonas Hallberg Eggen
|Disposable plastic bone china | 1998
In collaboration with Jennie Idrizi, these disposable plastic and foil throwaway products were meticulously moulded by slip casting to create fragile and beautifully delicate bone china versions.
|Loving McDonald's | 1998
In collaboration with Jennie Idrizi, The ashtray made from unglazed bone china transforming an icon of throw away culture into a precious object.
|Puzzling Image | 1999
Childrens flooring designed for Pergo sweden.
Hidden icons, images, text and numbers interwoven into a pattern of lines and shapes.
from home | 1998
In collaboration with Jennie Idrizi, a bone china slip cast of ferrero roche plastic chocolate inlay packaging.
|Intelliskin | 2001
In collaboration with Indri Tulusan an ongoing project exploring the personalisation of portable electronic products and how they can be designed to enhance, adorn and become part of our bodies.
Picture credit: Zoobs the Artist
Chair | 2003
The campaign chair is
a relic of Imperial life.
From China to Britain, it became a symbol of the decadence afforded to the upper ranks of military, offering mobile comfort to Generals orchestrating attacks from the edge of the battlefield and afternoon tea afterwards.
This folding, upholstered chair offers a parallel to modern city life, where flexibility in difficult spaces is essential.
Its comfort and practicality have been brought back to life as an indoor armchair that you can fold away.The chair was exhibited in the Time:Frame exhibition under the collective called Shift at Furniture works.
The fabric for the chair was designed by Kelly and upholstered by Fred Johnson the man who upholsters for her majesty the Queen.
of mass production | 2003
The large-scale rubber bullets are made from black rubber sheet, hand stitched with cream thread, like a tailored suit. They are all hand made, making each bullet unique though at first glance they appear to be identical.
The pieces are figurative, gathered as a group they appear to be talking to each other, leaving the viewer feeling voyeuristic, wondering what they are saying, huddled together plotting and planning. Others have fallen or toppled over, revealing a more sinister element, evoking violence and carnage.
These bullets represent an exploration of the cultural significance and importance of making things by hand and conserving its strength as a symbol against homogenisation.
|The Empire Strikes
Back | 2000
The U.S. flag made using
only red and yellow colours, turning the symbol of capitalism into the symbol
The flag challenges engrained stereotypes and obedience of symbols in our culture.
|Just do it | 2004
Razor blade pendant.
Made from stainless steel, measures 43mm x 23mm.
Picture credit: Mehdi Teimory
stand | 2002
We were asked to design a free standing display stand to present the theses, magazines and other written material produced by the graduating students.
The system comes flat pack and is slotted together to form a framework on which specially designed book holders hang from, allowing the books and magazines to be displayed upright for maximum impact.
The horizontal curves form private and intimate reading areas whilst the openness of the structure as a whole cuts through the space without completely blocking off views to other exhibits.
|The horizontal curves form private and intimate reading areas whilst the openness of the structure as a whole cuts through the space without completely blocking off views to other exhibits.||Arrow Hook | 2004
Arrow shaped hook.
Make this hang-all Arrow hook point to your things in the house. Make it point to light switches or with multiples create an amazing arrow wall shown here.
Made from powder coated 5mm steel rod, measures 140mm x 105mm.
|Bend the Rules | 2004
A must for your beaurocratic friends and family!
There is nothing better than bending rules accurately!
The Bend the rules Ruler is 15cm x 3.5cm, says "made in Bananistan". It is made of stainless steel
|Little Genius | 2007
An art and design storage station for all young budding Geniuses out there. Used either standing up helping those young legs get strong
If it gets tiring the lid can be put on the ground as a great floor based hub for them to keep going sitting down.
The beautiful birch plywood box designed by us is made in Brighton by the Workhaus collective and provides ample storage for all those pens, colour pencils, crayons, paints and of course the Genius Pad itself when it's time to clear up and go to bed.
|Lord of the Flies | 2008
Our first product design for C.U.L.T
The flyswot is our first 3D contribution to for pieces and projects being put together for an exhibition showcasing C.U.L.T Spirit held on the 9th September 2009.
These 100 black and white of the Flyswots are available to you specially as a collector's piece made using a 3D printing technique.
Each file and each Flyswot created is numbered and completely unique.
Profit from the sale of the flyswots will be invested in a project to help boost the income of women's co-operatives in morocco who create a very special oil called Argan oil.
Argan oil has been scientifically proven to be beneficial for the skin and also to reduce cholesterol levels. These co-operatives create the best most pure argan oil and we are working with them to help them tap into export markets directly and so boost the income they receive for the oil they create.
|ZiPP Lighshade | 2008
A versatile shade using a zipping design by Arash and Kelly using Poly Propylene.
Beautifully handmade in our studio in Brighton, U.K.
The shade can literally zip into a seed like shape or be unzipped to look like this flower shape.
By changing the angles of the shapes you can create different effects some say resembling jelly fish. Or...zip it loosely and get the lampshade shown here...
|Muscle Man | 2009
In February, Teimory Industries, Iran’s most renowned furniture producer, joined forces with us to work on a new system of contemporary contract furniture.
This collaboration is a monumental opportunity for us to work in new markets, and for Teimory Industries to collaborate on a wholly contemporary approach.
We are proud to be able to introduce our Muscle Man seating system concept.
This is a multifunctional, modular seating system.
Easy-to-build components and mechanisms offer flexibility, Seating layouts can be adapted and updated easily to meet the demands of the environments they serve.
This concept sits snugly within the Teimory ethos of providing well-conceived high quality and long-lasting solutions.
Teimory Industries was established in 1950. Since its establishment its products has furnished leading universities, Municipal libraries as well as major galleries and Mosques all over Iran.
|Illuminati Poster Lights | 2009
Being full of ideas to make things and with the current downturn being so turbulent, we are offering three of our lampshade designs for you to spend time making, hacking, modifying and improving free of charge!
Download the plans and make the lightshades using an A1 sheet, scissors, stapler and ruler....
Trace the designs and make them in your own time, with your own hands for free for yourself, loved ones and friends.
|Paper 500 | 2010
A paper version of the iconic old school Fiat 500.
We love the old Fiat 500 and last summer we booked a vintage Fiat 500 tour with the brilliant 500 Touring Club in Florence, Italy.
We had an amazing day out and chatting with the owners embarked on a project with them to create a souvenir to take home after the tour.
The Paper 500 comes printed on an A3 (420mm x 297mm) card and you cut out the design using scissors and a box cutter/sharp knife.There are 4 colours to choose from and a white one which is perfect for colouring in any colour you want!
No need for glue the shape slots together and voila your very own little Fiat 500 to enjoy!
|70 Pound Note | 2010
Launch of the Seventy Pound Note.
With all the Quantitive Easing going on, the £50 note is about to get a run for its money being the head of the clan.
The Seventy Pound note could well re-enter the market soon, not seen since it was first issued in 1725 and we've decided to design it!
This A1 poster is a section of the £70 Design showing all the glorious details and layers that have gone into making this note.
We'd like to say thanks to Stefano Merlo, Ninna Thorarinsdottir, Florence Chow and Wen-Sheng Hong for their help on this project.
The poster is 170gsm, A1 and is unframed.
They are £10 and you buy it here.
|Genius Pad | 2004
Giant Sticky Note pads, just like the real thing!
30cm x 30cm, come in 80 sheets, in Classic Yellow.
Genius Pads are Ideal for children and adults, the only problem is they're such good fun - you have to share them! Kids can draw, peel off and stick up their masterpieces straight away at school and at home.
Genius Pads are fantastic presentation pads, teaching aids, school revision notes, drawing pads for artists, writers, planners and mad scientists!
It makes a great alternative to an office pad or sticky notes, and rather than sticking lots together, there's plenty of room on one sheet for all your information! It is so useful on a desk or by the telephone.
Adults can use them as teaching aids and for presentations. You can leave messages for colleagues at work or for your family at home. Keep them by the phone!
The next stage for our Genius Pads is to take our environmental initiatives one step further by making our Genius Pads from non-tree, waste pulp collected from crop farms and turned into unbleached paper and using this paper to create the sticky pads.
AND we would love it if you also wanted to be part of this treeless story!
We have space for 500 people to invest from £20 in the Treeless Genius Pad to be able to create a batch of non-tree paper and turn this into Genius Pads selling at the same price as the equivalent tree based sticky note.
Each investor will receive regular updates on progress as well as 2 Treeless Genius Pads once they have been manufactured.
You will also be listed as the original Treeless 500 club founding member on the back of the treeless Genius Pads and on here.
To become an investor click here.
|Octopus Lightshade | 2010
The Octopus lightshade was first shown at the Victoria and Albert museum in 2008 as a workshop activity called Illuminati, where visitors at the museum had the chance to make their own version.
Our thanks to David Gardener and Jenny Brewer.
The Octopus lightshade is die cut from polypropylene. They come in translucent white.
It has a diameter of 45cm
This lightshade is made in the U.K.
Farming on Ships | March 2011
As we encroach ever more on our forest habitats to make way for agricultural and plantation activity on land, we destroy many valuble untapped resources that forests yield, not to mention animal habitats and precious ecosystems.
We want to initiate a whole new way of thinking to ease the burden of man on our forests by creating agricultural systems nurtured on sea faring vessels like aircraft carriers, oil tankers and cargo ships.
This is our hemp growing sea farm design, the unique feature of this factory is that both raw material and pulp by product are created on the ship. The harvest can create bio fuels, oils, bio degradeable plastics, textiles as well as by product to create pulp to make paper from. Sludge produced in the making of the pulp is sold on for the production of nano crystalline cellulose.
The ship would collect rain water in a closed system where it is re-circulated all on site. The ship would incorporate the use of photovoltaic panels to generate electricity
The ship would incorporate a modular architecture system to allow for vertical stacking of floors to increase hemp growing capacity
What we want for this project to grow hemp on the sea is:
> Investors to help fund a pilot plant
> A really big boat
> Hydroponics technology
> Horticulturist knowledge
> Engineering advice
> Pulp making machinery
If you have technical expertise, funding or any other useful tip, knowledge or advice contact us here.
|The New Order Pyramid | October 2011
Is a monument to those who have given their lives and spirit standing up to injustice and inequality. It is a space to celebrate our unalienable human right to life and liberty.
The site we propose for the New Order Pyramid would be Tahrir Square. We propose the construction of an inverted pyramid shaped auditorium for people to come and talk and participate to share ideas and to have a focal point.
Steps flow downwards for you to sit and voice your ideas, listen, participate and occupy.
We are seeing sites popping up around the World, they start as make shift campsites demarcating the space where a collective human spirit has chosen to voice dissent.
These spaces in time will grow into architectural signifiers, marking the dawn of the new age of global human co-operation, overturning inappropriate systems of governance, finance and trade.
| Archangel | November 2011
When floods occur and communities get cut off, drinking flood water to survive can be a deadly reality. Floods sometimes last weeks, and the floods in Pakistan show what a deadly impact it has on local communities with no infrastructure to rely upon.
Governments and NGO's have no alternative but to resort to expensive products (bottled water) and distribution strategies to provide water fit for human consumption.
Now imagine access to an amphibious floating water filtration unit that treats the storm water, purifying it to provide fresh drinking water to the communities for all their drinking and washing needs.
Another added benefit is that when the floods recede the filtration unit is still useful for the community by tapping into the local sewage systems or river systems.
|Selling Out | 1997
Arash tried to put the Royal College of Art up for sale.
Serious offers were made for the building. Winkworth complained.
Arash was asked to take the sign down.