HawkHill HotWorks - Lisa Badger Glass & Colin Badger Metalwork

Colin & Lisa Badger of HawkHill Hotworks design and make original contemporary fused glass and wrought iron furniture & artwork to a high standard with an organic edge- creating stunning additions to conservatories, gardens and interiors around the UK and internationally.

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The Badgers pioneered setting glass panels vertically in furniture frames over 18 years ago, and are recognised for thier distinctive furniture designs incorporating art glass set in iron, with brass, wood or stainless steel acceP Soup Square coffeents.

Lisa Badger: "I love playing with transmitted & reflected light and colour as I express myself in glass. I have collected all my past experience in fine art and contemprary craft into a body of work celebrating organic movement along with the full spectrum of hues seen in our world, natural and tribal".

Lisa Badger's glass work is noted for its spirit, expertise and organic references. She is a skilled colourist inspired by underwater biomorphic worlds, tribal and folk textiles, Japanese design and Steampunk.

Colin Badger makes metal into exceptional works, with a high level of craftsmanship stemming from 35 years of experience, and a flair for the unexpected.

Boop table

Harrogate Flower Show and RHS Wisley Craft Show were a great success for us. Our new designs were well received, so our workshops will be busy!
We're accepting commissions now- if you have something in mind do get in touch. Next up is Trentham Gardens Craft in Focus Show 6-9 June- a great new venue on our calendar.

Here's a message we received with gratitude this month... "Absolutely delighted with your creation! You always seem to be able to translate my somewhat vague descriptions into exactly what I have in my mind's eye!"  Many thanks, Una!

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Swimming Home

We've appeared in woi logo & house-and-garden-magazine

stained glass window panel

 "People should look for something they find intriquing and love regardless of how it fits into wider trends" - HOUSE & GARDEN on "modern collectables," July 2013