What unearthed?

July 2017; Created and installed by Cutting Edge, winning entry of Eastbourne Borough Council’s Iconic Beach Hut Competition. The paranode supports enabled it to become a reality. Designed to withstand all the elements, with the ability to thermally expand and contract and to be fully water proof!

Stylish Innovation on Show

Cutting Edge’s design and fabrication has certainly been catching people’s eye at recent design shows. KBB ISLAND Visually stunning and completely reimagining what countertops can do, Cutting Edge’s smart countertops explores the unique benefits only Corian® can provide. The Island has integrated dishwashing trays, which slide effortlessly away to increase countertop space and working area.…

The Beatles’ Abbey Road Plinth

Exciting times in the Cutting Edge workshop with art plinths being produced for two artist, including Israel artist Dorit Levinstein and British artist, Julian Opie. Dorit Levinstein Beatles’ Abbey Road series Dorit Levinstein creates commissioned works in different sizes and materials for indoor and outdoor settings, such as the Beatles inspired group of figures in…

FX Awards Cutting Edge Design and Sponsor

On November 29th 2017 the FX Awards celebrated world-class design excellence with a terrific showbiz-style party, hosted by comedian Jimmy Carr. Cutting Edge have fabricated the stunning FX Awards for the last seventeen years and have made their association even closer this year, by sponsoring the FX award’s ceremony. Congratulations to all the winners, including…

Double Award Eastbourne Beach Hut becomes Prom King

Cutting Edge created and installed the winning entry of Eastbourne Borough Council’s Iconic Beach Hut Competition, ‘What Unearthed?’ on July 2017. The illuminated ghost-like structure by Stephen Foley from Dublin based SFA was a challenging design, but paranode supports, invented by Cutting Edge, enabled it to become a reality. The hut was designed to withstand…

NEW student and graduate design competition winners

The winners of the desk design competition, in partnership with OnOffice magazine and CDUK, was Anatomica by Callum Gwinnell, Daniel Easton and Taytum Cottom, selected for it’s unusual appearance. Architectural students and junior architects/designers were asked to design an original Corian® reception desk for a compact ‘meet and greet’ coworking space.One of the judges, designer…