Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones
by Studio Toogood and Izé

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Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones by Studio Toogood and ize

London Design Festival 2010: London designers Studio Toogood have collaborated with hardware brand Izé to create a range of handles and hooks shaped like sticks, stones and bones.

Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones by Studio Toogood and ize

Called Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones, the pieces are cast in metal from found natural objects.

Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones by Studio Toogood and ize

The project will be on show 17 - 28 September at The Garage, North Terrace, SW3 2BA as part of the London Design Festival.

Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones by Studio Toogood and ize

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Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones by Studio Toogood and ize

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Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones – Toogood × izé

izé and Toogood are launching a new collection of hardware, Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones at the Super Natural project at the Garage, SW3 on 17th September 2010.

An extraordinary collection of products cast from found objects, Toogood’s Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones becomes a kind of Wunderkammer in itself, a series of handles and hooks which translate the organic and the geological into crafted, cast metal. In an attempt to bring some of the tactile textures of the natural world to the usually geometric realm of hardware, designer Faye Toogood has created a range of visually arresting products covering all hardware applications from door and cabinet handles to coat hooks. Using her own collection the idea is that the products can be mixed and matched, each imparting to the architecture a sense of the foraged and the found.

Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones by Studio Toogood and ize

Studio Toogood A London-based multi-disciplinary studio. Founded by Faye Toogood, formerly senior stylist at World of Interiors Magazine, Studio Toogood combines an un- usual collection of skills to blend interior design with creative direction, styling and branding. Her projects range from the two-dimensional page to the three- dimensional space, and from the real to the conceptual. She collaborates with clients who seek alternative ways of developing their brand or their interior. This year sees the launch of her first collection of furniture and textiles under the label Toogood.

Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones by Studio Toogood and ize

izé Founded in 2001 in an attempt to reconcile the realms of architecture, design, art and manufacture, izé develops and manufactures bespoke and production hardware. Working with architects and industrial and interior designers, izé aims to create products which make the everyday rituals of using space more pleasurable and meaningful through an enhanced sense of touch and material. izé has worked with designers including Zaha Hadid, Kenneth Grange, Peter Saville, Sergison Bates, Mark Pimlott, Eric Parry, Ian Ritchie and many others.

Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones by Studio Toogood and ize

The Garage,
North Terrace,
SW3 2BA
17 - 28 September 2010
10am-6pm


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  • kle

    Whoah !
    21-st century, so late, but at least we got them back before losing them. :-)

    Love the fun behind this idea ! Lovable !

  • http://jamesbalston.squarespace.com James Balston

    exquisite, the possibilities are endless

  • klaus_77

    Very fresh, very relevant.
    I myself prefer the more abstract shapes (and I do like them a lot) especially the two last ones, the more boney ones, i find a bit creepy.
    Many congratulations