There is something therapeutic about being in a space that makes us feel welcome and comfortable and as a result of time spent replenishes our sense of well being. This is more often a park or forest or just the space created under the shade of a huge tree on the bank of a creek. I can’t give an explanation for this response but I can try and replicate it by copying the forms and dimensions of nature that I see affecting us. These spaces speak strongly of a sense of aliveness and I think we respond well to this notion. When I left School at 16 I studied Graphic Design in the Bournemouth and Poole College of Art in England. What I think I learnt was the process of design, developing an accurate brief and then designing to it. The only test of course is how loudly the client says yes or how well something functions. For the last 12 years I have been working with my son Ben and together we have developed some signature styles in wood and steel

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