Kay+Stemmer designed Agnes Side Table for SCP
Sarah Kay and Andrea Stemmer formed their collaboration in March 2000 when they were commissioned to design an exclusive variety of custom modern furniture for Cowley Manor, an honor winning unique modern lodging in Gloucestershire. Both started out as designer-makers of one-off commissions and it is their proficiency as closet makers which offers them a sensible side, both in connecting and settling technical facets with a close network of the very best specialists and subcontractors which they have actually supported for many years.Kay+Stemmer have actually broadened their business to feature interior decoration; a natural progression where customers have actually requested Kay+Stemmer to expand their efficient, sophisticated aesthetic to the area all at once. Part of Kay+Stemmer's success can be associateded with their acute focus on information and their ability to listen closely and translate. They react to a very wide range of briefs, from architects and indoor developers, to the private enthusiast.Agnes Side TableWith the Agnes collection of shelving, designers Sarah Kay and Andrea Stemmer demonstrate their elegant visual and eager focus on specific. As educated cabinet-makers, they regard excellent craftsmanship as indispensable to great design. The framework of the Agnes is made from solid oak or solid walnut with oak or walnut veneered shelves. The handiwork has the trademarks of classic furniture-making technique, with radius sides, a gentle upwards tapering and ideal percentage. The result is a clearly softened type that looks wonderful from any kind of angle.Cedric DeskKay+Stemmer have attracted on all of their Parnham Institution training to generate a piece that has best percentage and uncovers a proficiency of workmanship often neglected in modern layout. At initial look, the desk has an angular and professional appearance, yet closer examination reveals a proliferation of rounded edges in the describing, softening its general look and highlighting the sense of innuendo in the piece.Jeeves coat rackThe Jeeves coat rack has all the typical coherence associated with Kay+Stemmer products. It is wall surface made and mounted from solid and veneered European oak and includes a polished edged rectangle-shaped mirror. It features five huge coat hooks crafted in cone shapes and 3 smaller sized cylindrical hooks, for products such as mains. The hooks are made from walnut. Jeeves rests flush versus the wall, the top area, which functions as an enclosed rack, is likewise where the mirror sits. Practical and understated, Jeeves is as verbalize as it is useful.Cricket coffee table The Cricket coffee table by Kay+Stemmer is a brand-new layout analysis of the traditional "cricket table" typology, believed to date back to the Jacobean period in Britain. This variation has 4 legs instead of 3, however preserves the outward splay of the legs that provides the table its stability and durability. This stylish yet modest design utilizes an easy wedged tenon joint to hold the legs in place. The corners and edges of the solid oak leading are delicately sanded to produce a smooth surface, whilst the centrally placed American walnut legs have a reverse taper that brings a visual balance to the general style.