New Products!

June 05, 2013 Andy Murray

Iv been busy hard at work, getting new products made.   Introducing the new SD2.0 Shelves in "Factory Yellow" some call it canary yellow. No matter what you call it its a bright statment set of shelves. Here are some photos of it in the workshop!    

New Product Development

June 05, 2013 Andy Murray

  One of the first products I designed and made was the sea defence light...So after much thought, scribbles and rendering i decided it was time for a few changes to it. One of the key features of my products are the materials I use. With the original light the wire was hidden inside, I felt this should be on dispay since it is not just an ordinary cable, its colour is carefully selected to complement the birch is a luxurious braided cotton.     Also decided to move away from the steel base plate as this involved enegry intensive...

Tent London!

November 05, 2012 Andy Murray

Its over a month since Tent London ( part of London Design Festival and I am not sure where the time has gone since the show. The show was a hive of great design, with over 20,000 visitors it was busy! Met some lovely people - exhibitors, visitors and organisers and 1 rather unhelpful UPS delivery driver who dumped all my new products on the pavement outside at 8.30am as he "didn't do stair".   Boxes before unpacking Everyone finds set up at exhibitions exhausting, yes it is, but its exciting to see so many fantastic new products. This year...

Tent London - with Pride and Joy Furniture

September 04, 2012 Shopify

In November 2011, I was commisioned by Ian Lewis to design a range of furniture. It was a very open brief, I was excited and a week later presented him with some cad renders. They were met with shock and amazment. Not what was imagined but so much better. Then came the hard part - making them! We both had a common interest. Made in Britain! We contacted several makers. Eventually found the right people, and Pride & Joy Furniture was formed to sell the range. It was no longer just for Ian's own home, everyone should be able to...