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The Mudlark Chair

The Mudlark Chair

Encapsulating the eclecticism of London, each unique, statement chair is made from London Plane trees brought down in storms at Soho Square and Denmark Hill, anodised aluminium scaffold frames and 3D printed rocks from the Thames foreshore.

A constant cycle of demolition, reimagining and rebirth, this chair brings together and reimagines three disparate elements of London’s urban fabric. The 3D printed rocks represent the rubble of London’s past, the new and ancient detritus washed up on the Thames beaches. The scaffolding is a permanent feature of London’s streets with buildings in a constant state of flux whilst the trees, those flashes of green against the grey skyline, offer relief from the stone and brick expanses of the city.

Entirely manufactured in London. Only 20 made.

This product is exclusively available for pre-order. All pre-orders will be packed and prepared for shipping on November 30th.

Regular price $561.00 USD
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Anodised Aluminium Tube, London Plane Timber from fallen street trees, 2 tone PLA


H 840mm D 450mm W 370mm

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Meet the Creative

CAN - Mat Barnes, Walid Bhatt, Malltwen Freeman

The three members of Architecture and Ideas Studio CAN, Mat, Walid and Malltwen create architectural extensions to private homes, exhibition design, public artworks, and furniture design, and often utilise materials in surprising ways. Drawing inspiration from a wide cultural pool that includes architecture, art, and sculpture, their work focuses on the specific cultural history of each project.


Atelier100 is championing independent creatives, makers and manufacturers with interesting and original concepts. We want to spotlight local design and production, so all our collaborators are based within 100km of Central London. All the products on our website are also for sale at the Atelier100 store in Hammersmith, London.