The pieces rework traditional and fragile material into something eclectic and subversive. Surreal touches—a pair of shapely legs instead of a handle, flowery borders which seem to have overgrown the objects they decorate—embellish traditional types of tableware such as cake stands, tea cups and sugar bowls. They seem both childish (in a good way) and nostalgic—perfect for a spooky kind of twee-party.
Sam is a director of FAT architecture firm in London. He is professor of architecture at Yale, runs StrangeHarvest.com, writes for various architecture magazines, collects souvenir buildings, and has recently loaded far too much Krautrock onto his iPod.