studio visit: edward barber and jay osgerby
studio visit: edward barber and jay osgerby studio visit: edward barber and jay osgerby
nov 10, 2010

studio visit: edward barber and jay osgerby

image: barber osgerbyduring london design week 2010, local designers edward barber and jay osgerby opened up their studio to visitors, including designboom. the design duo’s studio is located on the top floor of an old factory building in london’s shoreditch neighbourhood. there was a number of recent designs on show including a coat rack and umbrella stand for magis and a couple of older works too. the projects were spread throughout the studio, sitting on low plinths, tabletops or hung on coat racks. there were also a number of interns working on building prototypes for a few different upcoming projects.

images: barber osgerby

image: barber osgerby

image: barber osgerby

images: barber osgerby

image: barber osgerby image: barber osgerby

image: barber osgerby

  • Studio visits are the best! these pictures are beautiful, I wish there was even more

    callil says:

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