Driven by his fascination with space travel innovation, London-based Adam Azmy ,of design studio Azmy Anything, designed a five-piece collection inspired by NASA and space exploration. The Space Between Space collection includes two pieces of storage furniture that go beyond function with beautifully clever methods of opening and closing them. The remaining three are a trio of globes – Moon, Mini Moon, and Jupiter – that are perfectly sculpted wooden spheres.
The Drinks Cabinet front door pays homage to the Lunar Rover’s innovative tires which had a similar chevron tread pattern. All it takes is a simple touch and the door easily slides down while the cabinet rises for access.
The Record Cabinet stores vinyl behind its solar array inspired door, which has four different ways of opening.
The Moon globe is made from solid Sycamore with a steam bent walnut frame that’s outfitted with LED lights. The carved craters are based on NASA photo maps of the moon’s surface.
Also in solid Sycamore, the Mini Moon rests atop a solid walnut base that features inlaid LED lights.
The Jupiter globe comprises four different, locally-sourced British woods – oak, ash, elm, and sycamore – suspended with a brass spindle on a steam bent walnut frame.