Beth Martin

Project title: TYMË

Can you tell us a little more about your project?

My clock was a part of a first-year project to use plywood moulding in the style of Vitra, incorporating the use of colours from Pantone.

How important is being able to exhibit externally?

It’s a great opportunity to not only get myself and my work out there but to meet different people in the industry and experience a professional environment where I can exhibit my work.

What has your highlight of the course been so far?

I think the highlight of the course for me has been that I can make the ideas that I create. I’ve enjoyed being able to make the products that I design.

Could you tell us a little more about your design interests?

I like Scandinavian design, the modernist approach to design, with the simple lines and functionality, that doesn’t sacrifice beauty. I also enjoy clever and innovative design which can surprise me.

What advice would you give to someone considering studying Product and Furniture Design at BCU?

Make the most of it, take the opportunities given to you and listen to what the lecturers say because an amazing idea can flourish from this; something you can be proud of.


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