Frank Pouffe in Field Day designed by Donna Wilson
Donna Wilson set up her company in 2003 after making strange weaved animals for her final show at the Royal College of art. The animals sold out and considering that then she has developed her company making a collection and designing of interested cushions, elegant lambswool coverings, and assortment of products for you and your home.Enthusiastic concerning creating products that folks can connect with, the studio is committed to making points that our consumers will certainly treasure. We make use of UK based providers and producers wherever feasible, doing our little to keep craftsmanship active. In 2010 Donna succeeded the sought after honor of 'Developer of the Year' at Elle Design's British Style Awards. She just recently displayed a solo program of weaved paints and sculptures, entitled 'Endangered Variety', at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and has lots of various other amazing jobs prepared for the year in advance.Frank pouffe in Field DayDonna Wilson has actually developed a playful reaction to the trouble of periodic seats with a variety of 3 low lying pouffes. Each pouffe is made from a Calico bag fulled of ONE HUNDRED % recycled ANIMAL fiber. They are draped with panels, evocative orange sectors. The pouffes can be found in 3 sizes and forms: Henry is a taller, cylindrical shape, Frank and Ernest are lower-lying elliptical machine forms. The drum shaped Arthur is a current addition to the pouffe collection. Cushioned in a particularly made Donna Wilson knitted wool design made in Scotland.Bertha two seat sofaThe Bertha armchair by Donna Wilson is an amazing joint job between SCP and the Shorefast Foundation on Fogo Island. The layout takes motivation from the typical watercraft area found on the Island. The frame is made from FSC approved ash and is designed to provide both rigidness and toughness. The sides of the structure are level whilst the 4 back panels delicately kick outwards like a boats hull. The feet belong to the framework style, this offers the piece the sense of a magnificently crafted constant line. The loosened decrease seat has actually elasticated webbing with neatly suitable feather and down seat and back pillows draped in Bora Da Willow material. End of line Bertha shelveshe Bertha racks by Donna Wilson utilise decoration to create an ornamental design on a functional piece. Made from strong ash with a clear matt lacquer finish, the Bertha has 3 slim racks mounted on two patterned side uprights that curve to the wall surface at the bottom. Suitable for hallways or kitchen areas, this piece is for all the little points in life that you could never ever locate a place to put. Lola armchairThe chair is made from a European wood frame, jute webbing and hessian bands and then covered with a mix of Colours that consists of organic fibers, animal hair and woollen. It showcases a detachable complete feather seat cushion, a 4 button upholstered seat back information and strong beech cabriolet styled legs.