Barnaby Tuke



Coming soon 2016

Peppermill in black stained Beech characterised by an internal scalloped shape, offering superior function. Made from solid FSC european Beech and using the CrushGrind® ceramic grinder mechanism. Made in Europe.

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012 Lever Handle

Private commission 2016

A door handle with a restrained identity making it suitable for a wide variety of buildings. The front face is flat, while the inside surface transitions from a circle at the rose to a softened rectangle at the end, providing comfort and grip.

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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. Featured in I.D Magazines ‘new and notable’ showcase 2009 and retailed at twentywentyone. Joint winner of the now defunct Spunique design competition run by Sebastian Bergne. “With its honest execution, this clock has a discreet sense of quality with an eye catching detail I took an immediate liking to”, Sebastian Bergne.

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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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