Designer Jan Hendzel oversaw the development and production of 120 bedroom valets for use at the Birch hotel in Cheshunt, which was renovated by Red Deer.
The sculptural objects can be used for hanging a jacket or dress, as well as providing a useful place to drop loose change, a mobile phone, a watch or jewellery.
The stands are anchored by colourful orb- or pill-shaped bases created by Kidger using waste plastic mixed with specially dyed resin. The material is poured into a mould in layers to create a multicoloured, stratified effect.
Ceramicist Payne produced a range of vessels for displaying flowers and Naujalis made hand-beaten patinated copper bowls for holding odds and ends.