The studio employs a highly considered design driven, craft based practice. This approach expands the use of materiality and production techniques in new directions to create idiosyncratic contemporary design.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Industrial Design, Liam spend four years working in Japan before returning to Australia to specialise in furniture design. In 2013 he joined the prestigious Jam Factory Associate Training Program. The studio currently operates between Australia and Japan.
Liam’s work has been exhibited internationally and has been recognised in various design awards, including one of Australia’s most prestigious design prizes, the Clarance Prize for Excellence in Furniture Design in 2015.
Highlighted projects include furniture for Australia House in Niigata Japan, supported by the Australian Embassy of Tokyo, two comprehensive bespoke fit-outs in Barangaroo, Sydney and an ongoing architectural restoration and bespoke interior for a traditional mountain chalet in Japan.