Nice to get the Ethereal chair on the front cover of the Evening Standard today. It is featuring @celebrationofcraftsmanship currently on in Cheltenham where we have work on display, unfortunately not the Ethereal chair but one of our new Ethereal consoles. Also @theo__cook the school’s senior tutor has an amazing Japanese oak console table. Thanks @sunnygran and @eshomesproperty, @evening.standard
@sushisamba installation. Marc’s 2.5 meter shell made from 4000 pieces of sycamore. Now on view @sushisamba Heron Tower. Tag someone who might like to see sculpture and amazing use of wood. @colossal @woodreview @christopherjobs @oldbest
After 3.5 years planning and construction finally the #sushisamba shell in in place. The shell measures 2m x 2.5m weighs 130 kg. Is made from 100 kg of glue. 4000 pieces of wood veneer slices, 81 metres carbon fibre, 20 litres of clear lacquer, 10 rolls of masking tape. It is suspended 3 metres off the ground on the 39th floor @sushisamba and rotated slowly. Check it out #sushisambalondon
The latest in the Ethereal series, The Lounge Chair in sycamore and resin. Available and on on display @toddmerrillstudio
Latest in Marc’s Ethereal series. A pair of console tables. Available singly or a mirrored pair. Wall mounted with one leg they have a simple presence. On the way to @toddmerrillstudio
Latest piece in Marc’s Ethereal series. 7ft sycamore seed sculpture. On its way to @toddmerrillstudio NYC. Made from sycamore veneer and resin, bronze coated base.
Another shot of the Laminaria chaise longue which will be showing at @collectiblefair next week with @toddmerrillstudio
The Laminaria chaise console will be on show at @collectiblefair with @toddmerrillstudio next week. Also on show will be the new Ethereal desk chair