Cutting edge designers Jamie Elliott and Liam Healy from up-and-coming south London studio JAILmake will exhibit their exciting sculptural designs at INTERIORS UK as part of the Designersblock area in the Design Village in Hall 2.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to meet the designers in person and check out their fabulous designs firsthand.
JAILmake’s 'Plantable' table is a must-see; Constructed from a bent wire framework with an Oak top, there is space for four plants to grow inside the legs. Once your plants have crept up inside the framework and have ventured around the edges of the tabletop, you’ll be left with a ‘living’ table that appears to be floating on greenery.
The JAILmake duo says that the Plantable: “...reintroduces nature back into the experience of gathering, cooking and eating a meal. It takes a currently domesticated object and enables nature to claim it back. Tomatoes, herbs, sweet peas and climbers work best."
Another highlight from JAILmake is their eco-friendly ‘Brick Replacement Service: Re-seeding bricks’ project, launched in October. The designers make clay bricks in a tiny 1m sq portable factory, and pack them full of wild flower seeds. The bricks can then be used to fill holes in old (or new) walls – and will eventually bloom, becoming ‘pocket meadows’.
JAILmake will also be exhibiting an elegant ‘Wedgetable’ design – an elegant mid-century style occasional table with unusual metal artichoke feet.
The company prides itself on good craftsmanship, uses sustainable, locally-sourced materials whenever possible, and favours recycled or recyclable items. Past projects include various bespoke furniture designs and gigantic metal letters (apparently made by a mysterious fictional character called, appropriately, Mr Jimmy Fiction...) that can be used inside or out.
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