Barber Osgerby is a design practice that specialises in architectural interiors and furniture.
Founded by partners Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, it has produced a range of projects from residential to larger commercial schemes. In addition, Barber Osgerby has exhibited furniture at a number of international furniture fairs.
1995 Atlas Associates, Saville Row, London W1
Conversion of a tailor?s workshop into a barber?s shop
1996 The Crescent, Fulham Road, London SW3
60 cover wine bar/restaurant on two floors for wine importers, Domaine Direct
1996 Just Deakin Headquarters, London N7
Showroom and office for a footwear manufacturer. The large open plan space was redisegned adding sales areas, offices and a drawing studio.
1996 Loop furniture range
A collection of moulded plywood furniture including coffee table, wall shelf and stools seen here on the Wallpaper stand at the New York Furniture Fair. Manufactured by Cappellini . Loop table recently selected by the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art in New York for the Twentieth Century Collection
1997 100% Design, Kings Road, London SW10
Stand for Wallpaper magazine in England?s premier furniture exhibition
1997 ?Private House, Chepstow crescent, London W11
Complete reworking and modernisation of a 1950s Notting Hill town house
1998 International Contemporary Furniture fair, NY
Stand for Wallpaper Magazine, incorporating Loop furniture range. Winners best New designers 1998
1998 Cappellini LIVING ROOMS, London
Furniture installation and exhibition at the Atlantis Gallery
1998 100% Design: ?tectonic?, London
An exploration into the function and perception of modern materials in furniture and interior design.
1998 Soho brewing Co., Covent Garden, London WC2
5000 sqft microbrewery, bar and restaurant in the heart of Covent Garden, incorporating a new range of plywood tables, chairs and stools
1998 Farmacia, Covent Garden, London WC2
New concept design pharmacy offering complementary natural medicines and treatments including an in-house herbal dispensary and consultation rooms.