From furniture pieces to sculptures, paper is shown to be an inspiring material for creative expression. Lamb has used it to make furniture-like pieces, each time using three reams – either A1, A2, A3 or A4 – to make, respectively, a dining table for two, a console table, a side table and a stool. Using the full range of Colorplan's 50 colours, the layers have been bound together in order reveal the tones like geological strata.
The exhibition coincides with G. F. Smith’s announcement about the world's favourite colour. The company launched an online survey asking thousands of people in over 100 countries to vote for their preferred colour. The winning shade is a dark teal hue, combining deep green and blue, that recalls the landscape and the sea. It has been named Marrs Green after Annie Marrs, who participated in the survey and picked the shade closest to it. G. F. Smith is temporarily adding this to its Colorplan range as its 51st shade.