Image: Perforated table from the Wednesday Collection, 2000-2001, Studio Tord Boontje, etched metal, wood, textile, embroidery, glass, £8,000.
Curated by Janice Blackburn, one of Britain’s most influential curators, the exhibition offers a concise snapshot of both careers: Tord’s powerful and poetic furniture collections and Woffenden’s inventive glass making work, which explores the physical and psychological states of the body.
Image: Ballerina (turning), 2006 by Emma Woffenden Glass bottle, polystyrene with car body filler, painted wood, motor, £6,500.
Image: Princess Chair from the Happy Ever After collection, 2004, Tord Boontje for Moroso, Antique chair, silk, embroidery, £12,000.
Image: Transglass cut vase, Transglass vase and Transglass champagne dish. Tord Boontje & Emma Woffenden for Artecnica 1998, glass bottles.
Image: Dondola, 2004, Tord Boontje designed for Moroso as part of the Happy Ever After collection, in metal, foam and wool, £9,000.
Image: Night Blossom Chandelier, 2003, Tord Boontje for Swarovski in jet black crystal. H 175 × W 130 × D 40 cm, £23,000.
Image: Ivy Shadow chandelier from the Enchanted Forest collection, 2014, Tord Boontje for Porta Romana, aluminium, £11,250.