As a self-proclaimed modernist, Justin Good has been involved in and around the design based and client based work since graduating from the Manchester School of Architecture in the early 1990’s
The chance encounter with the book ‘5 architects’ led the way to an aesthetic of simplicity in design, a striped down philosophy of styling and a passion for sustainability. The throw away society is in direct antithesis to these views.
A varied career followed, developing new ideas, meeting the needs of clients, exploring creative avenues until the present day.
Justin has also spent time passing on knowledge and passion for design to a generation of young designers. He has worked with automotive, product and industrial designers, as well as architects and engineers.
With over 20 years of design experience, Justin Good has developed an original and unique design style. Taking references from design history, using inspiration from bygone times and fusing these with modern materials and manufacturing techniques, this furniture is certainly one of a kind.
The Arden Table is a statement side table. From each side the table shows a different aspect with a slight optical illusion. From the rear, it is purely plywood table with slight view of the red acrylic insert. The side view shows the sloping side, showing solid construction on the left through to delicate strength on the other. Then from the front, the red colour shouts loudly. The light hits the internal colour, casting interesting shadows across the stepped interior. This is a bold statement for a bold interior.
The Belmont Chair has a curvaceous design with the accent being on the rear leg, giving a sense of stability throughout the seat. The hole through the seat gives a glimpse of the construction of the chair, showing the hollowness that belies its stability and sturdiness. The sides are raised from the seat to give the feel of being enclosed.
TheFead dishThe Frugt fruit bowl has a slight optical illusion, looking solid from the outside yet beautifully layered on the inside. Using a black and white acrylic insert, adding a smart detail that makes the product stand out in a crowd.
The Frugt fruit bowl has a slight optical illusion, looking solid from the outside yet beautifully layered on the inside. Using a black and white acrylic insert, adding a smart detail that makes the product stand out in a crowd.
The Granville Stool is simplicity in a single piece of furniture. All fuss and decoration removed to ensure that the quality stands out. Based on a piano stool, it is timeless in its sizing and functionality.
The Half Nelson chair not only has a unique design but when left and right armed chairs are coupled, it will allow your guests to relax naturally toward each other, generating a more conducive atmosphere.
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