In 2001, Robert Chapman took a trip to Barcelona, where he saw the extraordinary work of Antonio Gaudi in situ. Chapman was mesmerised by his creativity and in awe of the man who refused to be confined by convention. Long before this trip, a concept had been brewing in his mind. He wanted to make furniture that had more in common with sculpture than traditional joinery. Returning home, it took two years to develop his vision – the result is a range of furniture that is truly unique and a fitting tribute to the man who inspired him.