|||||||||||Sean Dare takes a running leap along the Brighton seafront|The first collection for Dare Studio includes the Katakana writing desk, which snagged the best interior product at the Hidden Art Awards|The colourful Cage Group series was inspired by traditional miners’ lamps. They can be used as a pendant, lamp base or freestanding|Dare’s favourite piece in the collection is the section console, made of black walnut or white oak and a powder coated steel frame. The three drawers have optional leather lining|The Fujiya floor and desk lamps combine a powder coated steel shade with traditional features like finger joints and dowel detailing|The jaunty, angled back legs of the Katakana writing desk and ocassional chair give the range a modern twist|The designer standing on Brighton Pier|While consulting at Tin Tab, Dare project managed the sacred space within the United Reform Church on Tavistock Square, designed by Theis & Khan|A piece from the Napoli range for Ercol|Dare first job for Ercol was to reengineer the Renaissance range||
18 Jun 2010

Daredevil: Brighton’s Sean Dare

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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