We have creatively collaborated with award-winning garden designer Chris Beardshaw for The Morgan Stanley Garden at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show to create the Kasvaa, our first decorative pedant for indoor and outdoor use.
"The starting point for the design was to understand the design vision for the garden; we wanted to create something striking without appearing alien or out of place. It was important for us to embrace the key theme of sustainability and quality without compromise, to create a centrepiece befitting of this ambitious goal." ~ Simeon Chilvers, Managing Director of Cameron Design House (May 2019)
The Kasvaa focuses on sustainable design with the use of 100% recycled brass to form the core structure of the piece. Inspired by the natural forms of pollen, seed heads and flowers, we have created this organic, geometric piece with a focus on enduring design and the re-use of materials.
"The piece appears chaotic from most angles but becomes orderly when viewed along its axis. Although the piece looks complex, it is actually a form governed by simple ruless - a 6x6 grid of holes cut in three directions within a sphere. However, made from 100% recycled solid brass the form was far from simple to create, requiring countless hours of mould making, casting, machining, polishing and assembly." ~ Ian Cameron, Creative Director of Cameron Design House (May 2019)
The piece can be hung as a pendant, be hidden amongst some foliage or placed on a podium.
We are delighted to announce the Morgan Stanley Garden designed by Chris Beardshaw has won the Gold Medal at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show - congratulations to the team for a fantastic design!
As featured in the Metro and Homes & Gardens magazine