Inspired by traditional Japanese ‘Chōchin’ paper lanterns, which date back to the 10th century, and my travels to the Far East in 2010, Te kiō derives its name from the Japanese word for ‘adaptation’.    
       
     
 The ‘Fifty’ lamp was the first product in Anglepoise’s ‘Play’ range. Anglepoise® is loved all over the world for its humanistic, friendly shape and design. The Fifty aims to retain this playful personality.  Image © Ed Reeve    
       
     
  The Origami range of tables in café, side and coffee/salon table formats is Innermost’s first venture into furniture.   For up-to-date prices, or to place an order please contact  info@innermost.net
       
     
 The 'Around Clock’ came about through a desire to represent time in a more natural and realistic way than a traditional clock. Our sense of time passing is marked by the earth rotating into and out of sunlight and a linear solution best reflects this process. The cylindrical body of the Around Clock rotates behind the static red time line so we simultaneously see the past slipping away, the present and the ever-approaching future.    Image © Hugh Dickens
       
     
 The Around Timer is a kitchen timer and is the Around Clock's little brother. Both are produced by Lexon.
       
     
 A trug is a type of basket from Sussex made from slats of wood. Today it is  often used as a gardening accessory, but in the past it has been used for building work and many other demanding manual labour tasks.
       
     
  Divide up pizzas, sandwiches and pastries effortlessly with this handy utensil.
       
     
 Timeline... 2004