Furniture/interior design for Lanark Coffee‘s new space J.Bell. The space which is next door to the original Lanark will provide extra seating and a rotating display/retail wall. All furniture was designed to use ready made items and hardware where possible, re-purposing catering supplies and readily available materials. With the tables this idea of repurposing was not possible so we opted to go with a design with minimal waste and labour involved. The irregular tops are cut from a single sheet of ply that is divided into a grid of 10 and 5 degree angles this uses the board entirely producing no waste. The shapes are intended to be easy to slip past in the tight space while also allowing interesting configurations for large groups if needed. The legs are a repeat of the same design utilising a laser cut bracket and tubular upright, there is no need for further supporting structure which means the tables can also stack in to towers of three.
Brute containers, Kristallon crockery, Powder coated steel, Plywood, Custom Elfa storage system, Valchromat – October 2018