Barnaby Tuke



Private Client London

We created a series of light, functional spaces within a Victorian house using enduring materials such as steel, Oak and lightweight concrete (GRC) in collaboration with SPP, Gwent.

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Wall Clock


A screen-printed Beech wall clock with steel hands, in collaboration with David Lovelock. The central dial arrangement means that the hands form a continuous line at certain times.

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1807 – Blake, Slavery & the Radical Mind

Tate Britain 2008

As part of a display at Tate Britain, exploring William Blake’s role in the political process that lead to the abolition of slave trade in Britain in 1807, we were commissioned to design a display facing the south wall, where visitors could read a timeline of slave trading, as well as a number of facsimile excerpts of key 18th century publications on slavery, which were reproduced in a number of hardback books.

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