Our Disc collection was born from a love of turnings. We're always surprised how the subtle nature of a hand-drawn story pole transforms a solid block into a delicate, undulating leg.
The ability to turn and sculpt one material into another is at the heart of what we do for our clients at Moore House Design. Now with Roweam, the journey transformation through design is available to all.
“I would watch my father turn incredible pieces when I was a little girl. I'd sit with him sculpting pieces for my own block house. I vividly remember the spitting of the sawdust, and the gentle pressure of the chisel against the lathe-this will always be my happy place” - Blair Moore, Founder of Roweam
Our Father and his love for creating something when you can't find what you are looking for.
“Our dad has always been an 'if you can’t find it, build it' kind of guy. It always seemed like nothing was too hard for him. My sister, Bromley, and I both grew up this way, always solving problems and creating solutions with our furniture from an early age. Roweam is our tribute to him and the beautiful property we grew up on in Australia” - Blair Moore, Founder of Roweam
Bobbin furniture of the late 1700’s
Our spool furniture, which is supported by legs that have been turned on a lathe, reduces visual weight and adds ornamentation to any piece of furniture. Seen often in Northern Europe, this technique has been used by numerous furniture makers and designers throughout history.