As a practice which values and develops interiors as a fundamental part of the experience of architecture, we have made furniture designs both fitted and loose as integral project components. Internal walls have been developed in particular circumstances as large pieces of bespoked furniture, or loose items have been designed to sustain delight in inhabitation. Storage, which is so necessary to most of the buildings we make, is often integrated as an expedient way of enclosing or configuring space.
The practice has a strong interest in the techniques for making furniture designing furniture, fabricated for comfort and utility, bespoked where approproate for individual needs. This does not result in stylised solutions but in fixed or loose pieces with a similar elegance and longevity to their buildings.