Feature courtyard artwork for a medical practice, hence the theme of the serpent and staff, the symbol for medicine. Carved from a solid cedar block with healing plants around the sides.
Sited on the banks of the River Tay in Perth, Scotland, a 10 metre long stainless steel seat with laser cut jumping salmon.
Timber Frame Cubes - Romano Park
Park play feature. Encouraging non prescriptive play, risk and adventure.
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Newcastle upon Tyne
People and places, city parks project.
The Agony & The Ecstasy
The centre piece for an Arts Council national touring exhibition mapping the history of shoes. 2.5m high and in 3 sections for transportation.
"I used to be a Greenhouse"
Recycling architecture and exploring the relationship between people, materials and the making process.
This furniture was a greenhouse and its contents.
A collection of furniture inspired by coastal environments and the movement of water.
Building in Spirit
Exploring the spirit of co-creating everyday objects. There is more than form and function there is the delight of being part of the making process. This project encourages access and participation in the design and making process.
A research project exploring social and entrepreneurial street spaces and structures. I hope this will lead to less formal structures and places to live in the landscape.
Design a beach hut.
International design competition and touring exhibition 2008-2016.
Oak seating in a hospital courtyard, 10 individual chairs that work together as a large bench the tall backs give privacy and a quiet place to meet.
Carved oak table and benches.
Urban Food Production!
I have been involved as a volunteer to design a mobile allotment for Middlesbrough Environment City, part of the One Planet project.
This is a vehicle for their out reach program to get 14-21 year old volunteers involved in urban food production.
The design is based on recycled pallets, it will help to replenish existing urban gardens. LB
Biophilic seating for the NHS
Seating for staff areas, offices and corridors that creates emotional connections with nature. Based on coastlines and movement of water and natural forces.
CAST Bronze Flowers
Ring - Park entrance feature
Stainless steel ring with flowers
Celebration of a Mining Culture
We were commissioned to commemorate the pit head closure at Highley in Shropshire.
The wheel is supported by rock hewn from a local farm and its held in place by gravity.
Carved Relief Panels
Paediatric Unit Floor Design
Linoleum flooring designed with a theme of Captain Cooks adventures. Fitted piece by piece by piece.......70 square metres of jig-saw puzzle.
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Story Telling Chair
Feature seat in school grounds
Lee and Jill Brewster 2017