Tom Sutton Design
Contemporary Aero-Organic Furniture Design


The Aero-Organic design process demonstrates an awareness of the importance for the most effective use of raw materials and energy resources required to manufacture pieces. The majority of designs are formed and finished by hand and utilize the maximum amount of materials employed.

The elegance of natural form combined with the use of both industrial related and often reclaimed and sustainable materials produces pieces that are suited to both the domestic and commercial environments.

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Cells, freestyle modular shelving and tables with the potential for creative interaction.

Wall Cells use minimal fixing points making them simple to hang and arrange. The larger the collection of Cells, the more creative your
arrangements can be. Cells also have the potential to interact with Droplets utilising the negative space between forms which offers
additional storage possibilities.

Base Cells can be positioned vertically or horizontally to support the same table top. Multiple bases will support larger table tops. Tops are available in glass and a range of Smile® recycled plastics.


Series 28 is a Collection of seating, tables and storage products that provokes your sense and awareness of balance. Originally designed in collaboration with acclaimed Manchester Photographer Joel Chester Fildes, Series 28 captures the potential for a widerange of furniture solutions.

The chosen combinations of surface materials including; vinyl, Smile® recycled plastics and vintage tiles used in combination with powder coated box steel frames allows most pieces to be suitable for both indoor and outdoor living.

Series 28 is available in a range of custom sizes and finishes.


If you have an Idea that you would like to realised or can imagine your own colour ways on these orginal designs, Tom is available for commisions.

The evolution of designs respond to the requisite challenges of functionality, sustainability, quality
and desirability,as
required for modern