Joinery that’s both experimental and exacting is the hallmark of CJH Studio’s exploration of Laminex Woodgrain. Across four key spaces – the bathroom and laundry, kitchen, living room and wardrobe – CJH Studio have ascertained how the material can be moulded, mixed and layered to meet everyday needs. At the same time, through a high-end approach, CJH Studio have challenged what multi-functional design looks like in the home.
Together, the living room and wardrobe are a case study in being creative with storage – with CJH Studio’s director Cassie James-Herrick envisioning a design response that’s tailored and practical, and designed to last. We spoke to Cassie about how the living room sees a Danish influence surface through the design details and how the living room and wardrobe flip a conventional approach to storage on its head.