Jigsaw Storage by Tom Seymour

I receaved a comment on about page and I came across a really talented young designer. His name is Tom Seymour. “Jigsaw storage” is one of my favourite products from Tom’s collection. Let’s find a manufactorer for it!

Jigsaw Storage by Tom Seymour

These contemporary modular storage units gives the user the chance to change the shape and look of their storage system at will. The Jigsaw Storage is a fun and interactive product that is witty and creative in form and function. This project was in collaboration with LITE ltd

designer’s bio

Tom Seymour is an award winning multi disciplinary designer, who concentrates on various aspects of design. His work consists of product, installation and interior design.
Tom graduated from Central St Martins College of Art & Design in 2002. He was shortlisted for the prestigious OXO Peugeot Desogn Award and won the furture category for the same award with his Scratch Light.
In 2004 Tom exhibited his Note Table and Scratch Light at the Milan International Furniture Fair with Design London. he was then nominated by the readers of ARENA Magazine as “One to watch in design” for the ARENA X Club Men of the Year Awards. Later that year his Scratch London installation was shortlisted for the Bombay Sapphire International Glass
Prize. He was recently awarded a D&AD for the 2006 Global Design Award for his Chistmas Pudding Sacks he designed for Wieden and Kennedy’s Christmas card.
He has worked on projects with Tom Dixon, Hemingway Design, Jam Design, Carhartt Clothing, Howies, Comic Relief, The Home Office and Saatchi & Saatchi to name a few and carries on designing his own range of interior products.

+ Tom Seymour


The Nose that Grows.. into a Chair to be sold at Bonhams for Comic Relief (24 October 2007), produced by designers, David Bruno & Tom Seymour

Tom has also worked on “the chair that grows” project with his creative partner David Bruno, which Paul Smith supported and went onto to be sold at Bonhams in London along side Banksy artwork.Paul Smith says, “The chair that grows is great. Red noses have become a huge symbol for Comic Relief, and they are a wonderfully inappropriate material for a chair to be made from but that is the charm! I am always interested to see things made from the ‘unexpected’ – Why make a chair out of red noses – who ‘nose’!?”

+ Tom Seymour

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