Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors at Bath Spa University238 votes
I am a young & creative student, who finds inspiration from many found objects and experiences, with a desire to explore and create innovative designs and techniques. I thrive in a creative environment and have a passion for textiles for interiors as well as fashion and product making.
about the work
A graphic and abstract interpretation of cutlery. Finding inspiration from something we use everyday, but often don't consider its detail or design. I see my design placed in a modern living kitchen, which is not the usual considered setting for a sofa, but one I feel could be exploited prosperously. The design is also versatile for a variation of colours, both the background and the main design itself, but I have chosen the off-white and dark grey combination as my final design as i feel it is classic yet contemporary and most appropriate for a clean line modern living kitchen.238 votes back to the winners
Why do we call it a 'sofa'? (Or a couch, or a settee?)
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What to read on your sofa
Mapp and Lucia by E.F. Benson - a wickedly funny social satire about two great rival snobs