Delicate Interference: Assemblage 3
by Faye Toogood

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Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

London Design Festival 2011: here are some photos of 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. 

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

Working in bronze, aluminium, steel, glass and resin, Toogood has designed a dressing table lighting, jewellery stand and armoured bench that refract and reflect light to create shifting optical effects.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

The collection also includes new versions of her Elements Table and Spade Chair, which both featured in her country-inspired Super Natural presentation in London last September and the more sinister Natura Morta show in Milan.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

Delicate Interference: Assemblage 3 is on show at Phillips de Pury & Company at Claridge’s, 45-47 Brook Street, London W1 until 4 October.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

See all our stories about Toogood here and all our stories about the London Design Festival 2011 here.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

Here's some more information from Phillips de Pury & Company:


Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

British Designer, Faye Toogood, will launch her third furniture collection, Delicate Interference: Assemblage 3, exclusively with Phillips de Pury & Company during the 2011 London Design Festival.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

The series examines iridescence as a natural optical force through new and re-contextualised works in bronze, aluminium, steel, glass and resin. By a touch of alchemy she uses man-made materials to create a natural phenomenon, mimicking nature’s ability to attract and protect through the refraction of light.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

The entire series will be on show at Phillips de Pury’s Brook Street space with Studio Toogood directing the exhibition design. All works in the collection will be available exclusively through Phillips de Pury.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

“Faye Toogood has developed one of the most compelling catalogues of design work in recent years. Her latest, Assemblage 3: Delicate Interference, offers an intelligent, timely study of material, form and finish. We are thrilled to be a part of this watershed exhibition for Faye.“ Brent Dzekciorius, Director of Retail Operations, Phillips de Pury & Company.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

Faye Toogood graduated from Bristol University with a degree in Fine Art and Art History. Upon graduation she worked closely with Min Hogg, the founding editor of The World of Interiors magazine, and eventually held the prestigious post of Decoration Editor.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood

Eight years later, Toogood established the eponymous Studio, set on the bank of Regents canal, and is now recognised for initiating some of the most innovative and outstanding design projects today. Clients include Comme des Garcons, Alexander McQueen, and Tom Dixon.

Assemblage 3 by Faye Toogood


See also:.

Natura Morta
by Studio Toogood
Sneaker department
by Studio Toogood
Utility exhibition stand
by Studio Toogood
  • http://www.fx-exchange.com/ Bowmanave

    They really do have a great eye for creating displays/environments

  • barbara

    The first pieces remind me painfully of Louise Bourgeois "cells" works.

  • designer

    Louise Bourgeois wants her 'Cell (eyes and mirrors) back'…..

  • aoife

    I think the pieces are truly breathtaking.