Can you tell us a little more about your project?
The story of Tessel-late started off with wanting to create storage for people who live in the rush, people who are forgetful, poets who have their heads lost in the clouds. Tessel-late was born through material exploration and is there to help you remember about your daily essentials.
How important is being able to exhibit externally?
Being able to exhibit this project externally is crucial to me.
What has your highlight of the course been so far?
Being able to experiment with different materials and explore new forms.
Could you tell us a little more about your design interests?
I mostly enjoy working with wood and ceramics. The work I create is usually a symbiotic relationship between two different materials and style I tend to have is a mixture of a classic industrial style with a hint of coziness.
What advice would you give to someone considering studying Product and Furniture Design at BCU?
If you have a creative mind, love experimenting with materials and watch an unhealthy amount of DIY videos simply because you enjoy them, this is the place for you!
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