From the dawn of time the chair has been an integral part of furniture history. The shapes and styles are multifarious however, a chair sets the scene wherever it is positioned. And so, the backdrop is set at Craft Victoria, with an exhibition of chairs that affords a bird’s eye view of some of the many interpretations and concepts that have been developed into a chair.
Brodie Neill is making waves – that is ocean waves – with a new exhibition in London. He’s creating products from ocean plastics, reclaimed timbers and circular metals, to raise awareness of re-use through great design.
An initiative of the National Gallery of Victoria in collaboration with the Melbourne Art Foundation, the inaugural Melbourne Design Fair runs from 16 – 20 March.
At the nexus of material, time and nature, Brodie Neill brings an approach to design that treads lightly while delivering big impact.
Since establishing his studio in London, Brodie Neill has worked with an impressive roster of clients and has founded a self-designed and self-produced furniture brand, Made in Ratio.