Gibside Pavilion Video

A short video capturing the construction process of the Gibside Pavilion, by Jardine Couture. Shot as a series of stills, the assembly within the historic walled garden took place over one day.

Opened to the public on July 6th, the temporary structure will host a series of exhibitions. Read more about the design of the project here, as well as details on the National Trust website. 


Formica Group HQ

 
 
 

“Building upon its 100 year legacy, Formica Group’s investment is about increasing its UK market share and providing stability both in terms of pricing and manufacturing. Made in Britain is part of the support story for stability and we are pleased to help Formica Group in the provision of a network and community to help sales”.  John Pearce, Chief Executive, Made in Britain

As part of a major re-design by Contents Design, Jardine Couture have provided new furniture pieces for the Formica European headquarters.

Customised versions of the Regular John table are used within break-out spaces, along with CV Shelving System panels, produced in birch plywood with Black Formica HPL.

The project is part of a £40m investment in the North East-based HQ, which opened in June 2017.


‘Seeds’ Pavilion, Gibside

 
 
 
 

Part of an ongoing series of collaboration projects between National Trust Gibside Estate and the Interior Architecture programme at Northumbria University.

Following a range of proposals by Year 2 students for a small pavilion, structure or installation within the walled garden at Gibside, the scheme by Allard Newell was selected to be taken forward.

Bringing the project closer to realisation, Jardine Couture have been working for The National Trust to interpret the scheme, whilst engaging with Allard to retain the essence of a modular, flexible space.

Above slides show a range of work in the development of the design. More on this project soon.


Work In Progress: Mansio

 
 
 
 
 

Current design and development work in progress for a touring exhibition kit-of-parts. Exploring a range of lightweight materials and composites, along with simple assembly details.

See more about the Mansio story on the project website here.


NBS Exhibition Process

 
 
 
 
 
 

For the recently completed NBS Memory Box exhibition, a range of images above show parts of the process behind the exhibition design and planning.

Employing both handmade and 3D CAD modelling, to explore spatial and display ideas both at small scale and 1:1.

Completed project photos can be seen here.


Work Wrap

 

A fleeting glance at some projects from the past year, looking at an enjoyable variety of scales and project types.

The beginning of 2017 shows promise, with an interesting mix of design, exhibition and spatial projects set to start.

 


Northern Design Festival 2016

 
 
 
 

Jardine Couture are pleased to announce the inclusion of some furniture pieces at this years Northern Design Festival. The event, hosted each year in Assembly House, Newcastle, celebrates the best of northern creative design in a wide range of fields.

Amongst the line up this year, are Turner Prize winners Assemble Studios, and graphic design heavyweights including Build, Noma Bar and Pentagram’s Angus Hyland.

Jardine Couture also produced a limited number of booklets titled ‘Various Etc.’ to accompany the furniture on show, containing a series of images, writings and sketches with a focus on scale and materiality in practice.

The event runs 7 – 16 October, at The Assembly House, 55 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1SG

More about Jardine Couture projects in the Work section and full details of the event on Design Event website.


Daniel Heath / In The Window

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Jardine Couture were approached to design and produce an exhibition for online design curators, In The Window as part of Top Drawer. The event takes place in Olympia, London and features a live workshop by renowned screenprinter and designer, Daniel Heath. 

The concept for the design focusses on the ideas of craft, revelation and framing. An intricate, lightweight system was designed to showcase Daniel’s work, and also provide select views into the space. The proportions of the structure are informed by the width of industry-standard wallpaper size, 540mm.

To experience the live workshop,  Register for the event for free here.  Running until 5pm Tuesday 13th September 2016.

Completed photographs have now been added to the Work section here!