Splinter Works

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Vessel Basin by Splinter Works

Vessel Basin

Splinter Works

The wash basin is an exact miniaturisation of the tub, and whether using the hammock or freestanding Vessel bath tub, it engenders a synergy between the two pieces in the room. It would also make a beautiful statement as a highlight piece in it’s own right; set side-by-side as a double vanity, or as a striking sculptural focal-point by itself.
Red Rima Coffee Table by Splinter Works

Red Rima Coffee Table

Splinter Works

Continuing on our mission to make the everyday extraordinary, the Rima coffee and side tables are characterised by their elegant use of geometry and subtle but signature playfulness.
Dime Sommelier Table / Drinks Cabinet by Splinter Works

Dime Sommelier Table / Drinks Cabinet

Splinter Works

Evocative of a spinning coin, Dime is a dynamic cabinet with a signature Splinter Works twist of illusion and intrigue. The individual curved segments, glide and shuffle to reveal its function as a sommelier table.
Belgravia Lozenge Desk by Splinter Works

Belgravia Lozenge Desk

Splinter Works

The Belgravia Lozenge Desk offers a twist on a classic writing desk, with inlaid leather and elegant X shaped legs.
Bodice Rocker (in red leather) by Splinter Works

Bodice Rocker (in red leather)

Splinter Works

Bodice Rocker performs a unique trick: with a light touch, it gently rocks back and pauses in mid-air, as if weightless, inciting a double-take by seeming to defy the pull of gravity. In this position it reveals the more familiar profile of a chaise longue, albeit levitating!
Vessel by Splinter Works

Vessel

Splinter Works

Hammock Bath tub
 Tipping Point by Splinter Works

Tipping Point

Splinter Works

Stainless steel, reclaimed Teak and glass. H 1050 W 5500 D 5000 mm. Edition of three. Tipping Point is an optically arresting sculptural feat; appearing to defy gravity by impossibly balancing a huge leaning volume on a knife-edge. The highly reflective mirror-polished stainless steel heightens the visual weightlessness offering a gleaming, eye-catching pair of balancing arcs in perfect symmetry. The lustrous surface creates elegant elongated reflections of the surrounding environment, rendering the whole piece to appear almost invisible. The reflective nature of the work makes the piece easy to integrate into a living space, and the circular design creates a self-contained working area which is easy to place into an open plan space. This piece functions as a cooking stage, completely serviced with sink, draining board, dishwasher, induction hobs, storage, and all the necessary utilities. One arc features an integrated curved sink and drainer, the drainer is realised in reclaimed teak, prized for its resistance to water. The opposite arc offers a cooking surface which is conceived in black heatproof glass with an induction hob. Both counterparts echo the same curved drawers which are created in dark walnut, adding visual weight as if shading the interior of the work. The raised height of the outside level can function as a circular bar at which to stand or sit, and also at eye-line conceals the working area. Tipping Point has an interesting dichotomy, it has a commanding presence, with its playful shape and strong geometry, but it is also has a lightness, through the weightless tapered base and endless reflections. Stainless steel, reclaimed Teak and glass. H 1050 W 5500 D 5000 mm. Edition of three. Tipping Point is an optically arresting sculptural feat; appearing to defy gravity by impossibly balancing a huge leaning volume on a knife-edge. The highly reflective mirror-polished stainless steel heightens the visual weightlessness offering a gleaming, eye-catching pair of balancing arcs in perfect symmetry. The lustrous surface creates elegant elongated reflections of the surrounding environment, rendering the whole piece to appear almost invisible. The reflective nature of the work makes the piece easy to integrate into a living space, and the circular design creates a self-contained working area which is easy to place into an open plan space. This piece functions as a cooking stage, completely serviced with sink, draining board, dishwasher, induction hobs, storage, and all the necessary utilities. One arc features an integrated curved sink and drainer, the drainer is realised in reclaimed teak, prized for its resistance to water. The opposite arc offers a cooking surface which is conceived in black heatproof glass with an induction hob. Both counterparts echo the same curved drawers which are created in dark walnut, adding visual weight as if shading the interior of the work. The raised height of the outside level can function as a circular bar at which to stand or sit, and also at eye-line conceals the working area. Tipping Point has an interesting dichotomy, it has a commanding presence, with its playful shape and strong geometry, but it is also has a lightness, through the weightless tapered base and endless reflections.
Tipping Point and two Dime cabinets by Splinter Works

Tipping Point and two Dime cabinets

Splinter Works

This photograph shows the central island units of Tipping Point and on the far wall, two Dime cabinets. Dime, Rosewood veneer, carbon fibre, cherry and stainless steel, H 1750 L 1400 W 800 mm, Edition of twenty four. Dime was inspired by the emotive and long art-historically studied shape of the circle. It is a dynamic piece evoking a spinning coin, but also physically the individual rosewood compound curved segments glide and shuffle to reveal its function. The piece when closed has a poetic repetition of form, softened by the luminous rosewood. As you guide the curved segments from the handles they have a pleasing resistance. The individual shapes interact to create micro-sculptures where the rosewood leaves meet and extend. The aesthetic outcome of the work was actually led by the design process, with the outcome of repeated geometry creating this illusion of movement and half spherical shape. The edges of the rosewood leaves are painted in a high gloss which segments and highlights their shape. The playful shape allows the user to hide or reveal the work-top and storage solutions. The works have hidden electricity points to enable the use of electrical appliances, with shelving and a curved drawer for storage. The worktops are made of black and gold Italian Portoro marble. The door handles are made of cast steel and directly echo the shape and design of the whole piece. Dime is available in an edition of 24. They can be installed individually or as a group and can function in myriad ways, a sculptural bar, additional worktop space for preparing food, marble surface for rolling pastry, a self contained coffee bar, workspace, writing desk, or a beautiful discrete flexible work area wherever it is needed.
Tipping Point by Splinter Works

Tipping Point

Splinter Works

Stainless steel, reclaimed Teak and glass. H 1050 W 5500 D 5000 mm. Edition of three. Tipping Point is an optically arresting sculptural feat; appearing to defy gravity by impossibly balancing a huge leaning volume on a knife-edge. The highly reflective mirror-polished stainless steel heightens the visual weightlessness offering a gleaming, eye-catching pair of balancing arcs in perfect symmetry. The lustrous surface creates elegant elongated reflections of the surrounding environment, rendering the whole piece to appear almost invisible. The reflective nature of the work makes the piece easy to integrate into a living space, and the circular design creates a self-contained working area which is easy to place into an open plan space. This piece functions as a cooking stage, completely serviced with sink, draining board, dishwasher, induction hobs, storage, and all the necessary utilities. One arc features an integrated curved sink and drainer, the drainer is realised in reclaimed teak, prized for its resistance to water. The opposite arc offers a cooking surface which is conceived in black heatproof glass with an induction hob. Both counterparts echo the same curved drawers which are created in dark walnut, adding visual weight as if shading the interior of the work. The raised height of the outside level can function as a circular bar at which to stand or sit, and also at eye-line conceals the working area. Tipping Point has an interesting dichotomy, it has a commanding presence, with its playful shape and strong geometry, but it is also has a lightness, through the weightless tapered base and endless reflections.

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