Suitcase industrial design and colour work / Rimowa

Halo lamp / Hermès

On & On seating family / Emeco

Soft Work system / Vitra

One by One exhibition / Josée Bienvenu Gallery

Olympic torch 2012 / LOCOG

Soft Work system / Vitra

Piton side table and stool / Knoll

Brea furniture family / Dedon

One by One exhibition / Josée Bienvenu Gallery

Double Space at the V&A / BMW

Bellhop lamp / Flos

Designers of the Year Installation / Maison et Objet

Lanterne Marine vase / Venini

Puzzle tile / Mutina

Ballot chair / Isokon Plus

Iris table / Established & Sons

Sony exhibition at Salone del Mobile / Sony

Tibbo furniture family / Dedon

Poppins umbrella stand / Magis

Pilot chair / Knoll

Hotaru paper lantern family / Ozeki & Co Ltd

Olympic torch 2012 / LOCOG

Tip Ton chair / Vitra

Tab lamp / Flos

Saturn coat stand / ClassiCon

Bellhop lamp / Flos

On & On seating family / Emeco

Zero-In table / Established & Sons

Triptych Guest of Honour Installation / Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair

Tip Ton chair / Vitra

Flight stool / Isokon Plus

Lane tile / Mutina

Bottle table / Cappellini

Axor One shower control unit / Hansgrohe

Stencil screen / Cappellini

Sofa collection / Knoll

Saturn stool / Classicon

Aes table / Hermès

Wood table and bench / Vitra

Watering Can / Wallpaper*

Collector cabinet / Glas Italia

Barber Osgerby studio

Hula stool / Cappellini

Pilot table / Cappellini

Soft Work system / Vitra

Smalto table / Knoll

Portsmouth bench / Isokon Plus

Cidade candelabra / Meta

Port vase / Venini

RIBA desk / Royal Institute of British Architects

Images on a desk at the Barber Osgerby studio

Birds on a Wire hanging system / Magis

£2 coin / The Royal Mint

Clothes hanger / Levis

Home Grown rug / The Rug Company

Pilot chair / Knoll

Barber Osgerby studio

Hakone table and bench

Barber Osgerby, Projects book / Phaidon

Stella McCartney tile / Cappellini

Olio tableware collection / Royal Doulton

Halo and Hécate lamps / Hermès

Barber Osgerby stamped logo

Planophore bookcase and room divider / Vitra

Primavera tile / Mutina

Shell table and chair / Isokon Plus

Fluke sculpture / London Design Festival

Map table / Vitra

Mariposa Club sofa and armchair

Syke fabric / Bute Fabrics

Portfolio box / Toluca Editions

Pantone stool / Isokon Plus

Tobi-Ishi table family / B&B Italia

Pacific chair / Vitra

Loop table / Isokon Plus

Bell lamp / Louis Vuitton

Retail facade LA, H&M

Carbon fibre table / Private Commission

Lunar home accessories / Authentics

Loop desk / Cappellini

Forecast installation / London Design Biennale

De La Warr Pavilion chair / Established & Sons

Marker, plus twenty exhibition / Twentytwentyone

Paris shelves and room divider / ClassiCon

In the Barber Osgerby studio

Four Leaves coat stand / Magis

Ecco mirror / Glas Italia

Ipsei bottle / Coca-Cola

Home table / Isokon Plus

Hexagon tile - prototype / Established & Sons

Bodleian Libraries chair / Isokon Plus

Ascent exhibition / Haunch of Venison

Zeb stool / Vitra

Barber Osgerby studio, London

Mobile phone - prototype / Panasonic

Mews tile / Mutina

In the Making / Design Museum

Prototypes in card, foam and plaster, 2010

Nova pendant light / Swarovski

Delta table / Established & Sons

Mariposa sofa / Vitra

The Jerwood exhibition / The Jerwood Applied Art prize for Design

Loop chaise longue / Cappellini

Western Facade bench / London Design Festival

Filo sofa / Private Commission

Button table / B&B Italia

Double Space installation

Year 2014
Client BMW
Museum V&A, London

Double Space was developed from a fascination with aeronautical, automotive and maritime engineering and focused on the interplay of movement, performance and scale. Designed as an immersive experience - of art and of architecture - two massive mirrored panels pivoting from central steel axles were suspended from the barrel-vaulted roof of the Raphael Gallery, whose length it spanned.

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Each panel was constructed in a similar way to that of an aircraft wing, flat one side and convex the other. The panels rotated independently, the wide-angle view of the curved sides creating the illusion that these were travelling more slowly than the flat sides.

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Striking as a physical presence, Double Space was always primarily about the new perspectives it offered of things other than itself.

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  • 1. Early development sketch for Double Space, ink on tracing paper, 2013 / © Barber Osgerby Studio
  • 2. Double Space, London Design Festival installation, Raphael Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 2014 / © Lee Mawdsley
  • 3. Scale model of Double Space, 2014 / © David Brook
  • 4. Internal structure of a Double Space reflector, 2014 / © Barber Osgerby Studio
  • 5. Double Space time-lapse, 2014 / © Barber Osgerby Studio
  • 6. Double Space, two 15 x 10 m reflectors sitting stationary above visitors, Victoria & Albert Museum, 2014 / © Lee Mawdsley
  • 7. Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby stand beneath Double Space, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 2014 / © Tina Hiller