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ON THE COUNT OF THREE

We reveal the objects that inspire us: the Paper! The Scissors! The Stone!

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FURNITURE

CLOTHING

CERAMICS

LANDSCAPE & BRONZE

With busy hands we re-create all three, in gleaming metallic lurex and scored cords, in granite hues and woven jacquard with geological motifs, in painterly patterns on crisp papery cottons.

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T-SHIRTS

JACKETS

CLAY COURT

Clay Court evolved from Faye’s Assemblage 6: Unlearning. 300 playful maquettes made from everyday materials found in the studio, scaled up to life-size works and built from wrought iron and cast bronze.

Clay Court is a tactile, monumental project. An immersive display of 17 giant, rounded and rough hewn forms created for the grounds of the Qatar National Theatre. The sculptures are hand-shaped in clay-like cement composite, offering a soft response to the theatre's angular architecture.

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FURNITURE

All of the pieces are handmade by small-scale fabricators and traditional artisans, with an honesty to the irregularity of the chosen material.

MADE TO ORDER

ROLY POLY DINING CHAIR

ROLY POLY DINING TABLE

ROLY POLY STOOL

ROLY POLY CHAIR

DRAWING, MATERIAL, SCULPTURE, LANDSCAPE

The first in-depth look at all aspects of Faye Toogood's work, from clothes and furniture, to installations and interior design.

In doing so, this title not only showcases Toogood's work, but also reveals the fascinating creative process behind her design and illustrates the interconnectedness across a range of practices, together with the poetry that flows throughout.

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DOUGH

Six sculptural pieces - a mug, jug, bowl, platter, vase and centrepiece, is available in cream and charcoal matt glazes.

MINAMALIST CERAMICS

BOWL

VASE

Toogood is a London-based design studio founded in 2008 by Faye Toogood.
Her practice encompasses interior design, homewares, fine art and fashion, and refuses to be constrained by a single discipline or defined way of working.
Describing herself as an outsider whose work defies categorisation, Faye has created a studio which allows a movement between genres, uniting the artistic with the everyday - to make the landscape of our lives less ordinary.

JOURNAL

STILL LIFE YASUYO HARVEY

The arrangements you see here were made using flowers from my garden. I like using seasonal flowers and keeping it simple.

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MIRROR MIRROR: CHATSWORTH HOUSE

Faye Toogood launches 'Esquisses', a new collection of furniture and rugs with Maison Matisse at Milan Design week

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TOOGOOD X MAISON MATISSE

Faye presents two installations of new work, 'Standing Stones' and 'Hoard of Oak' in a group exhibition at Chatsworth House.

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MIRROR MIRROR: REFLECTION ON DESIGN
AT CHATSWORTH HOUSE

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TOOGOOD X MAISON MATISSE
EXQUISSES COLLECTION

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ON THE COUNT OF THREE

We reveal the objects that inspire us: The Paper! The Scissors! The Stone!

SEE THE COLLECTION

FURNITURE
CLOTHING
CERAMICS
LANDSCAPE & BRONZE

With busy hands we re-create all three, in gleaming metallic lurex and scored cords, in granite hues and woven jacquard with geological motifs, in painterly patterns on crisp papery cottons.

DISCOVER MORE

T-SHIRTS
JACKETS
CLAY COURT

Clay Court evolved from Faye’s Assemblage 6: Unlearning. 300 playful maquettes made from everyday materials found in the studio.

READ MORE

FURNITURE

All of the pieces are handmade by small-scale fabricators and traditional artisans, with an honesty to the irregularity of the chosen material.

MADE TO ORDER

ROLY POLY DINING CHAIR
ROLY POLY DINING TABLE
ROLY POLY STOOL
ROLY POLY CHAIR
DRAWING, MATERIAL,SCULPTURE, LANDSCAPE

The first in-depth look at all aspects of Faye Toogood's work, from clothes and furniture, to installations and interior design.

EXPLORE MORE

DOUGH

Six sculptural pieces - a mug, jug, bowl, platter, vase and centrepiece, is available in cream and charcoal matt glazes.

MINAMILIST CERAMICS

VASE
BOWL

Toogood is a London-based design studio founded in 2008 by Faye Toogood. Her practice encompasses interior design, homewares, fine art and fashion, and refuses to be constrained by a single discipline or defined way of working. Describing herself as an outsider whose work defies categorisation, Faye has created a studio which allows a movement between genres, uniting the artistic with the everyday - to make the landscape of our lives less ordinary.

JOURNAL
STILL LIFE YASUYO HARVEY

The arrangements you see here were made using flowers from my garden. I like using seasonal flowers and keeping it simple.

READ HERE

MIRROR MIRROR: CHATSWORTH HOUSE

Faye presents two installations of new work, 'Standing Stones' and 'Hoard of Oak' in a group exhibition at Chatsworth House.

READ HERE

TOOGOOD X MAISON MATISSE

Faye Toogood launches 'Esquisses', a new collection of furniture and rugs with Maison Matisse at Milan Design week.

READ HERE