The output of English designer-maker Dean Edmonds sits somewhere between minimalist and mid-century, playful and utilitarian. While planning the interior of our brick and mortar shop earlier this year we had the opportunity to work with him on a couple of projects, and inject some of his trademark aesthetic into the space.
Growing up, Edmonds spent lots of time in the workshop of his father (a steel fabricator) where he was undoubtedly influenced by his hobby customising cars and motorbikes, as well as picking up a few skills. As a child Dean rode downhill mountain bikes and later BMX. He says he’s “always had wheels of various kinds” influencing him.