research & development

During our first few years of business most of our time was committed to the research and development of concepts, samples and prototypes for interior designers. We may have been working on one small project at a time, requiring only 30% of our resources, concurrently committing 70% our time to the research and development of other ideas and requests.

Continuing our personal practices as artists, meant we continued to experiment and explore personal interests and ambitions. The development of new and unique artworks has always been based within an ongoing commitment to research and development. Exploring new materials, developing new techniques, breaking the rules, finding new approaches to materials and having the courage to challenge the ‘normal’ way things are done. This is essentially the core practice of the Creative Director’s practice. Learning and exploring while making. Developing content within the process of practice itself.