Rock Maple, Warwick Wool Fabric, Rubber, 2016
A contemporary take on a traditional rocking chair.
Photos: Tom Roschi
Exhibited at Jam Factory's "Generate 2016"
Various Timbers, Rubber, 2016
Walking sticks are common-place, the clinical approach to the design of them leaves the users with little choice to express themselves.
In an effort to counter the prevailing public view of disability as inherently negative, these walking sticks show that assistive devices can be beautiful, practical and an outlet for self-expression.
Available in Oak, Black Stained Oak and American Walnut.
American Oak, Powder Coated Steel, 2016
Loop Shelving system was developed for the Jam Factory's first furniture collection (2016) and is produced under licence. Available in two configurations in powder coated steel and timber. The shelves are flat packable.
Images by Sven Covakwww.jamfactory.com.au
Rock Maple, 2015
Turn Bowls came out of an exploration of forms in an attempt to produce a set of timber bowls with a contemporary aesthetic.
These bowls are produced under license by the Jam Factory for their homewares collection. They are available in Canadian Rock Maple through Jam Factory Stores.
American Walnut, Brass Insert, 2016
Candle holders turned in solid American Walnut. These are available as sets of 3.Heights: 175mm, 140mm, 110mm
Corian Solid Surface, American Oak, 2016
Matthew Pearson and I designed and fabricated this 6m Boardroom table together for Australian Fashion Labels new North Terrace, Adelaide headquarters in 2016.
This was a Jam Factory commission overseen by Jon Goulder and Adam Cantwell.
Constructed from Corian solid surface and American Oak. It features integrated data and power access through the hinged lids at either end.
Photography: Seb Paynter
American Oak, 2016
The A-Ok Platter is perfect for entertaining. Simple and well made. Turned from American Oak in Adelaide
300mm Diameter, 23mm High.
Corian, Granite, 2015
These bench seats were designed and manufactured by the Jam Factory Furniture Studio under the direction of Jon Goulder & Adam Cantwell.
They were commissioned for the new Royal Adelaide Hospital Project.
The Granite is cut locally in the Flinders Ranges. The tops and supporting fins are made from Corian.
Images by Sven Covac