Pattern design


'Marquise' is a kinetic sculpture for MGM Resorts International, displayed in the ARIA Resort and Casino Las Vegas.

My role was to design a serie of patterns inspired from the floor motif in the Aria hall. They were all lasercutted on polished brass layers, projecting gently moving moiré patterns on the surrounding environment. and on the handle allowing the user to play with the speed of the kinetic sculpture.To be experienced in the north and west vestibule of the VIP entrance of the ARIA Resort and Casino..

Client: MGM Resorts International
Services : Concept, pattern , surface design
Year: 2015
Location: Las Vegas

Visual Storytelling


Chrysalis is a 6 metre high sculpture of photo-etched brass panel, displayed in the main foyer of the House of Saint Barnabas, a 'not-for-profit private members' club in Soho, London.

My role was to elaborate and design the visual language for each of the photoetched panels. The sculpture counts 50 photoetched brass leaves, divided into 10 different artworks. Each brass leaf features visual elements to reflect the history and ethos of the House of St Barnabas, whose mission is to support London's homeless back in to work..

Client: House of St Barnabas
Services : Concept, pattern , surface design
: 1 Greek St, London

Year: 2014


Goni App

Goni is our response to a problem faced by designers of all types around the world: how do you measure light levels in a space without carrying huge, expensive kit with you?

By using the tools available within an iPhone our Goni software can capture light levels and create a 3d light map of a space, which can then be imported into standard lighting design programs. Goni is an experimental project part the experimentation programme run by Haberdashery Design Studio 

Client: Internal project
Services : Concept, UX, UI

Surface design

The Nadler Victoria commissioned Haberdashery to create ' Bienvenue' a bespoke light sculpture as part of the way finding for the Nadler Hotel on Palace place, opposite Buckingham Palace.

My role was to developp a serie of patterns to ornate the door way. The deco motifs picked are inspired by French deco travel posters. They are all sandblasted onto the sculpture made of bronze tinted mirrored steel.

Client: Nadler Hotels
Services : Concept, Pattern + Surface design
Year: 2016
Location: Victoria, London