With work included in London's Victoria and Albert Museum, designer Terence Woodgate is known for combining compelling wood details and discreet functionality – e.g., his Sussex Collection, with doors and drawers seamlessly integrated into the louvered fronts. The Sussex Media Unit (2008) has cord escapes and soft-closure doors that flip up and slide into pockets in the frame. The richly grained wood veneer is carefully chosen by hand for consistency from controlled and sustainably farmed forests. Ships with base unattached. Assembly required. Made in Spain.
Choose from oak with grey base or walnut with white base.
Fully finished on all sides.
Walnut or oak veneer with composite core; reinforced metal slats with walnut or oak veneer on door panels; powder-coated steel base (oak has grey base; walnut has white base); leveling floor glides.
It takes a great designer to work within the confines of a material and get both form and function in line. British designer Terence Woodgate repeatedly meets this challenge with his modern wood furniture, and he has emerged as a thoughtful and innovative designer. Born in London in 1953, Woodgate initially trained as a design engineer but in the mid-1980s, he returned to London Guildhall University to pursue furniture design. Attracted to the conceptual as well as the hands-on aspect of designing furniture, Woodgate opened his first studio in London in 1988, where he began designing.lighting, modular cabinets for Spanish manufacturer punt mobles and the standard-setting communal seating system that is used in Heathrow Airport.
To be closer to his European colleagues, Woodgate moved his studio to Belgium in 1991, where he designed for such internationally recognized manufacturers as Cappellini, Casas, and Teunen & Teunen. Read more >