As part of an exhibition within the turbine hall at the Tate Modern, we were briefed by interior design company Vamp to produce a large scale curving sofa that could be assembled and then disassembled for future use. The piece also had to house a number of sapling trees.
We were supplied with a full design concept, which we then costed and developed. This process involved us making five seven-metre long units that could be assembled on site and working with a third-party supplier of trees. The system was completely assembled before being upholstered, once approved by the designer the project was completed and installed by Coakley and Cox Ltd.
Client – Vamp
Project – The Tate Modern
Designer – Vamp
Date – 2004