Ty Glasfryn, Ffairfach, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire.
I have recently graduated with a 3D design degree from Plymouth University.
As a designer I am very focused on aesthetics. I often consider the aesthetic of my designs before the function has been decided. Recently I have been captivated with the ancient Japanese wood charring technique named ‘Shou Sugi Ban’ or ‘Yakisugi’. Although this is typically used as a method to weather and preserve wood, I developed it to create an aesthetic feature, giving a material a popping, striped effect.
Whenever I sit down to design something, the first thing I do is focus on its aesthetic. It’s not only the beginning of design for me but it carries through the whole process from sketching to producing. I aim to create something so visually striking that if someone walks into a room and sees my product, I want them to be engaged and captivated.
Please get in touch if you have an enquiry about purchasing any of my pieces.
- Andrew McCutcheon
- Barr & Co
- Catherine Thompson Consultant
- Crafts Alive Ltd.
- JHS Carpentry Design & Consultancy Service
- Jonathan Garrard Ltd.
- Mark Revitt Photography
- MT Jewellery Gallery
- Oriel Mimosa Fine Art
- Pat Bullen Whatling Gallery
- Radoc Design
- Sallie Wakley
- Simon Jones & Associates
- William Wilkins