In 2003 Chris Jackson, Ed Carpenter and Sam Johnson founded the design collective SHIFT. A critically acclaimed exhibition, Time:Frame, followed. Time:Frame displayed the results of the SHIFT collective collaborating with reproduction furniture manufacturers in the east end of London to develop a range of contemporary product.
Pandora was designed with Peter Mac Cann as a system of simple cabinets and was exhibited as part of the Time:Frame Exhibition in 2003. A collaboration with East-London furniture manufacturer, Stallion Reproductions, Pandora used one of the main details within their reproduction range, a key for opening and locking cabinet doors, as the focal point for a more contemporary range with modest proportions aimed at small urban apartments.
Rough Time splits the hour into 10 minute intervals, the single hand slowly meandering through them, prompting the viewer to slow down, and take their time.