Designer Daniel Faull utilises discarded copper water tanks and repurposes them into unique functional art. The copper is first processed then formed into beautiful furniture and artwork using long forgotten metal working techniques. The copper sheets can be patch worked to accommodate any size or shape whilst giving a unique patina which new copper does not possess.
Daniel also uses a liquid solution to add a whole new dimension to copper furniture giving each piece a unique colour and patina. For example the stunning side table below has twisted copper tube legs and reclaimed copper top which has had the solution applied giving it the beautiful patina. The top is then lacquered, sealing in and protecting the patina.
Daniel uses the traditional method of brazing to finish all his joints which gives superior strength over soldering and the aesthetics of a polished bronze joint.
Daniel has used reclaimed copper to produce some outstanding commercial designs including copper bars and lights for Brewstone, Lil London who have a double decker bus as a bar and Tech-Hub.