working from these inspiration images and rough sketch, we created an installation out of plates for a rental connection as part of an office update by hallie of la boheme events. we used 9″ plates from their collection and painted a pattern of larger concentric circles on top using gold paint. the simplest design solution is usually the best and i love it when the overall shape of an installation relates to the individual components. simple and striking!
my intern kamryn installing… lots of geometry involved in this project!
last year we created a custom centerpiece for the incomparable rental company casa de perrin. our woodworker hand-lathed the candlesticks and we paired them with a sandblasted manzanita branch, both stained grey. such a lovely autumnal tablescape, with florals by twig and twine!
photos by casa de perrin
we recently created new risers for urban palate and i’m obsessed with how beautiful the wood grain is! they’re made from pine 4x4s and are designed to be modular, so that they can be arranged differently for each event.
photo by urban palate
the chalkboard mag came to bramble workshop studio to take some photos while we were just finishing up the 546 paper flowers we created for the ella moss windows! plus, there’s a little interview with me about bramble workshop and my work day.
check it out here!
yesterday i collected inspiration images for a new window display proposal… i always love this part of my job; gathering images and thinking about how i can use certain aspects (formal and conceptual) to create something new… plus, i got to do a little research about seahorses in mythology!
inspiration images and a sketch for a new installation… inspired by mandalas and the phases of the moon