London based design Studio Toogood have created a blood driping red intalation at Hermes flagship store in London.
Studio Toogood run by stylist and designer Faye Toogood has filled a pop-up fashion boutique in London with rubber-coated objects and glass tabletops mounted on piles of industrial fabrics. The Opening Ceremony shop in Covent Garden features tables and chairs by Faye Toogood based on recurring shapes first seen in her Assemblage Collection from 2010. One table has sheets of foam, … Continue reading
Studio Toogood have teamed up with skin care brand Nivea for the Salone del Mobile 2012 to create an experiential installation called la cura that will offer a creative antidote to the chaos of the annual Milan furniture fair, and will invite visitors to re-balance through a series of intimate performances. Upon arrival, visitors will be seated on Spade chairs designed by … Continue reading
This is the third collection of furniture by London designer Faye Toogood, this time exploring iridescent materials, on show at Phillips de Pury & Company in London this week. Working in bronze, aluminium, steel, glass and resin, Toogood has designed a bird cage, lighting, candelabra and armoured bench that refract and reflect light to create shifting optical effects. The collection also includes new versions … Continue reading
London interior designers and stylists Studio Toogood invited food and design collective Arabeschi di Latte to serve black food to guests at midnight dinners in a darkened apartment in Milan last week. The “dinners” went under the name Natura Morta and took place in an apartment three floors up in a decayed house in Brera. While launching their new collection … Continue reading