Stand Bottle Opener
Designed by Terence Woodgate.
Designed with functionality in mind, the Stand bottle opener focuses on a simple geometric form. Utilising designer Terence Woodgate’s core values of pared-back design with keen attention to detail, the Stand is designed to sit upright upon a bar or table.
An elegant approach to an everyday object.
H138 × W60mm × D25mm
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Terence Woodgate is an Industrial Designer specialising in furniture and lighting. He works from his studio in Mayfield, East Sussex, England.
One of the UK's most respected industrial designers, Terence has become known for a stripped-down, elegant, modern approach to design with an obsessive attention to detail and manufacture.
He became a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in 2003 and has received several international design awards, including the Red Dot 'Best of the Best' and the IF ecology award. His current client list includes Established & Sons, Punt Mobles, SCP, Concord Lighting, Paviom & Izé. Examples of his work are held in private collections and in the permanent collections of the Museu d'Arts Decoratives, Barcelona and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.