Social B bar and restaurant, Rua Da Boavista, Lisboa
The biggest project I have delivered so far in 2018 is for the newest project from innovative entrepreneur Mikas for his new bar and restaurant in Lisbon. The brief was to create a range of features and furniture that combined metal and wood textures and gave an antique feel with a modern twist. Working with new and recycled steel and wood, I designed and fabricated the bars, feature lighting, cabinets and other features helping to create the overall look and feel of the space.
El Bulo Social Club Poço Do Bispo, Lisboa
I I am proud to have been involved in creation of the exciting new venture by the chef Chakall, designing and creating the steelwork features for his innovative new restaurant and event space in Poço Do Bispo, Lisbon. Housed in a large industrial warehouse building with existing features and character the designs i made for a steel and glass wall (above) and additional architectural features, art and signage reflect the heritage of the buidling in their materials whilst contrasting well with the colourful and eclectic South American theme of the restuarant area.
Verso Branco Design
I have created a series of 12 display modules of various sizes based on a 400mm x 400mm x 400mm cube made from 8m steel bar. The 4 different sized modules can be arranged in an infinite variety of permutations
Bota Sal Restaurant, Estrela, Lisbon
Latest Project: Have just completed creating some steel features for the new Bota Sal restaurant in Estrela, Lisbon. A new venture from the creator of the famed Sal Restaurant in Comporta, i was invited to contribute the external signage, an internal feature wall and front door handles, all with the flavour of the sea!
Design, Fabrication and installation of a series of steel screens and trellises to support grapevines and foliage screens for a house and cabin for a private residence in Alentejo, Portugal
In contrast to the more formal geometry employed in the design of the restaurant wall, i have started to produce a range of steel screens that can be adapted for use as internal dividers, garden trellises and screens or as artworks in their own right. Influenced by the artist Mondrian and mid 20th century abstract artists, these screens add a dynamic screen of changing perspectives and textures to their locations as can be seen here in screens installed in a garden in Graça, Lisbon