We’ll now begin the process of fine-tuning the designs ready for manufacture and hope you’ll come and see the completed pieces at Focus/18 in September.
We really wanted to explore what could be achieved by our clients when given complete creative freedom to customise some of our standard products by changing finishes, dimensions, and adding in details.
Take a shell room and design a room set using 5 pieces of customised Decca furniture
Accouter had an overwhelming number of public votes following a great online campaign, and we were pleased to see such a good understanding of the brief, which was originally given in the summer 2017.
You can see the build-up to the voting stage by searching #CustomDecca.
You can see the final renders of Accouter’s work HERE.
In response to our invitation, Accouter sent us a very well worked through presentation with considered materials and details. Please read their comments on each piece below.
Accouter’s mood board sets the tone for their submission
Esra Kumbasar and Jonny Delin talking us through their initial proposal
Credenza (96111) from the Classic & Modern collection
The initial design received for the customised 96111 credenza
Technical drawing showing the approved final version of the credenza
Draft render showing the Accouter credenza and side table with our Atelier Lounge Chair
Final render from Unbuilt Visualisations
Approved shop drawing of the customised chair in carver form
Our in-house 3D team produced models for all the customised pieces
A draft render showing proportion and scale within the space
Final product renders by Unbuilt Visualisations
Original Drum side table 43019 (left) and reimagined drum table with antique mirror and starburst top (right)
Development of the table
Original Kinkou table 145005 (top left) and the straight-lined rectangular Accouter version (right)
Draft render of the table and carver in profile
Many congratulations to the design team at Accouter! We’re looking forward to working with you to produce these new wonderful designs.
We would also like to thank all those that took part in the competition for their hard work and enthusiasm. To see all the room set submissions please read our previous blog HERE.
Special thanks must go to Jon Medlock and Anna Kawalec of Unbuilt Visualisations for their fantastic work on the renders and bringing the design teams' visions to virtual reality.
Please contact us for more information on our furniture production capabilities.
Telephone +44 (0) 74 4683 0423
14 March 2018