Form

based upon Form’s pieces include hand-carved sculptural forms and contemporary furniture inspired by archetypal patterns and forms. based upon Forms feature in private collections and homes in New York, Miami, Riyadh, Mumbai, Paris and Mustique and have been shown at the Cass Sculpture Foundation and London’s Rove Gallery.

Most of the work is created to commission and the pieces are often very large including a pair or credenzas totaling 19 metres in length. Many of our Form explorations begin with nature. We enjoy the natural fissures and splits that exist within the earth or the graceful turn of a river and the way it erodes it’s bank. We accept the inevitability of ageing and we work with it, rather than fighting it.

We create work that is already marked, carrying precious imperfections unique to a hand made piece. We anticipate watching our work tarnish, its colours deepening and becoming richer as it does so and welcoming new marks as it is used, marks that will define its character.

In a world in which little is built to last anymore, we aim to make work that will be handed down through generations.

A selection of pieces from the Form portfolio.

Monolithic bars for private residences inspired by the turn of a river and front of house desks inspired by a cracked river bed.

A selection of sculptural forms, floating canvases and monolithic slabs functioning as dining tables in lacquers, resins and metals.

A selection of cabinets inspired by cracked earth, cherry blossom and the memories of a life and a pair of credenzas almost 20 metres in length.

Coffee tables inspired by the depths of the sea, the backbone of a stingray, butterflies and leaves, or the classic cracked earth.

A selection of sculptural and functional benches as well as consoles inspired by the butterfly and the skin of the rattlesnake.

based upon's most iconic form, rooted in the original turn of the universal spiral, the twist dining table created for a private residence in Mustique.

Asked by a collector to create a work intimate enough for a family of four, yet able to accommodate a celebration, we created the fracture table.

Commissioned for one of the world's finest Penthouses, a bar rooted in the simplest expression of hand-made form, the fold in a piece of paper.

Delhi's Yamuna River carves its way through a 5 metre block to create this acclaimed centre piece for a pair of Indian art collectors.

A dining table commissioned by a mother for her two daughters. A single table existing in 2 equal parts each telling their own story.