Silent Circus – A celebration of Making. A quiet approach by Jeremy Walton in the Climate Community field of the 2009 Roskilde Festival

Silent Circus a quiet approach by Jeremy Walton 2009. Roskilde Festival 09 I shall be making lamps in the SoupaNatural tent in the Climate Community of Roskilde Festival 09. All handmade with a knife, metal rule and hours of love. Using waste paper from a local printing firm, waste packaging and selected craft papers. Can production be clean, quiet …

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A ‘Making’ – Jeremy Walton and SoupaNatural have teamed up to create a special Sunday afternoon event, a ‘Making’. Come along for Sunday soup and celebrate the process of making. 26th April 2009

A Making by Jeremy Walton 26th April 2009. Kl 12:00 Come along for Sunday soup and celebrate the process of making. In groups there will be time for socialising over a pair of scissors and you should each manage to take home one completed unit of the craft ebook JW001 Wall Display   Ticket price is …

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Neo Tramp Art – Misconceptions become truths. A Tramp Jungle event following the soul and ideology of the 19th Century Tramp Art phenomenon.

An open event at SoupaNatural by Jeremy Walton, I shall be making Neo Tramp Art, a lampshade following the soul and ideology of the 19th Century Tramp Art phenomenon. Using commonly found and readily available tools and materials, combined with self invented techniques, I shall be making design creations that rejoice commitment more than perfection. The …

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A Making & A Do – A definition in progress. ‘A Do’ gets done with the help of some friends and warm hospitality. By invitation and customary rotation.

A definition in progress by Jeremy Walton. 2009 A definition of ‘A Do’. To invite some friends around and lay on some sort of appropriate hospitality, such as brunch, lunch or dinner, suitable to the time of day and worthy of the task in hand. Besides everyone lending a helping hand with food preparation, everyone …

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SE 2008 Exhibition at Rundetaarn Copenhagen. Exhibition Theme is Fifty-Fifty, part designer part producer

The Cabinetmaker’s Autumn Exhibition 2008. Opening on 21 November 2008 at 17:00. All welcome. Exhibition runs from the 22nd November 2008 to the 4th January 2009 at Rundetaarn, Copenhagen. I shall be exhibiting the GlobalMadelocal project, a result of the Fifty Fifty partnership between PP Møbler, København MøbelSnedkeri and Jeremy Walton for the forthcoming SE exhibition Fifty Fifty.

Utilitarian Veneer – The thick (very thick) veneer comes off and acts as a utilitarian object, a pair of step ladders.

  Design by Jeremy Walton, 2008. Developed together with København Møbelsnedkeri. Designed as part of the Global Made Local project and exhibited at SE Fifty fifty. Here space is at a primium and if you can’t fit a pair of step ladders into a broom cupboard, then fit the broom cupboard into the step ladders. The unit consists of …

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Shelving Beams – sculptural elements that play with the charm of architectural elements normally found in old buildings, while having a functional use and utilising overhead space.

Design by Jeremy Walton, 2008. Developed together with København Møbelsnedkeri. Designed as part of the Global Made Local project and exhibited at SE Fifty fifty. From the larger area of the room the beams look to be rough beams, while on the inner sides the beams are open shelving, suitable for books and what you might keep on …

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Islands Brygge, the Manhatten of Copenhagen – I’ve been invited by København MøbelSnedkeri to add a chair to my journey around the globe.

Around the globe in 80 chairs, by Jeremy Walton. Islands Brygge has often been referred to as the Manhattan of Copenhagen. It is the home of Københavns MøbelSnedkeri, situated in a road that is probably the last outpost of inner city industry in the area. The lease is short, but while it lasts, the small …

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Allerød Slant chair – A solid wood chair, designed for single unit production, no start up tooling.

Design by Jeremy Walton, 2008. Developed together with PP Møbler Designed as part of the Global Made Local  project and exhibited at SE Fifty Fifty. The Allerød Slant stacking chair is a solid wood chair, designed for single unit production. Developed for the GlobalMadeLocal project. All the angles for a stacking chair that can be made by local …

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About Jeremy Walton’s journey around the globe in 80 chairs. To develop 80 chairs across the globe following the Global-Made-Local ideology.

Around the globe in 80 chairs by Jeremy Walton. Start of a long slow journey. Why do projects need to be completed instantly? I’m looking to develop 80 chairs across the globe following the GlobalMadeLocal ideology, which is to design the item locally in a way that it can be made globally by cabinetmakers. Designed for …

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About Global Made Local – a proposal presented at the SE 2008 Exhibition, for a global furniture collection shared and made by local independent cabinetmakers

A concept in progress by Jeremy Walton 2008. GlobalMade Local is a proposal presented at the SE 2008 Exhibition in Copenhagen. The ideology while generally considered as too ideological in 2008 is still in progress, slowly, Maybe one day, i’ll pick it up again. If you like the idea of it, or would like to …

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Line Drawings 0007. Participatory exploration predicts the final form. Within a room, a technical drawing of a chair and ceiling lamp is laid out on the side walls and the back wall using hooks.

Design by Claus Bjerre, Ditte Hammerstrøm and Jeremy Walton. 2006.
Honey I’m Home exhibition, Danish Design Centre, 2006.
Within a room, a three sided technical drawing of a chair and ceiling lamp is laid out on the side walls and the back wall using hooks. String is then used to draw within the space and the possibilities laidout by the original 2d drawing.

Hurrah and one for luck – A picnic bench for family, friends and colleagues to raise the flag.

Design by Jeremy Walton 2006

Designed and made for SE 2006 ‘Vennelyst’, Frederiksberg Gardens and The Palaces and Properties agency.
‘Inspired by an appreciation of real Danish life, the humour and personality of the people in Denmark. The ‘Hygge’ in birthdays, family gatherings and raising the flag. The dinner speeches and flag waving. The shorts and the long one at the end.’