|||||||||||David Irwin – masked by his Working Girl table for Deadgood|The steel and oak Working Girl range also includes a stacking chair|Irwin showed a folding oak veneer chair at ICFF in May|The cordless M Lamp was inspired by miners’ lamps|Rivet, a new line of lighting for Brooklyn design firm Juniper|Dare Studio’s slender-framed Tor stackable armchair, which comes in oak, ash or walnut|Deadgood saw the Working Girl stool while Irwin was on Northumbria’s postgrad programme|Deadgood saw the Working Girl stool while Irwin was on Northumbria’s postgrad programme|Urwin’s Tyneside Lounger for Deadgood|Urwin’s Tyneside Lounger for Deadgood||
24 Jun 2015

David Irwin: contemporary craftsmanship

Words by Jenny Brewer

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