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    Anchor Chain

    Design Notes
    A strong collection of beaded chains in a graphic shape, inspired by the Masai in Kenya who are anchored in nature. The Masai women create wonderful colourful jewellery such as necklaces, anklets, and belts, using chains of glass beads.

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    Checks

    Design Notes
    Checks are a fundamental aspect to the collection for wallpaper or upholstery that lift the ambience of any environment. Inspired by the natural environments from Thailand , Middle East , Africa and China.

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    Drop Kick

    Design Notes
    Drop Kick came about from looking at mirages and conveys the juxtaposition of where you think you are on flat ground, but you experience being in a kind of limbo. This is conveyed through the linear compositions and colours ways through out the collection.

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    Eclipse – Linen and Cotton Mix

    Design Notes

    Inspired by the Chelsea sky light with a spectacular display of fish mobiles; summer flowers and English skies; contemporary chandeliers from Prague! Change the colours and you can create any ambience!

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    Eclipse – Polyester, Silk, Velvet

    Design Notes
    Inspired by the Chelsea sky light with a spectacular display of fish mobiles; summer flowers and English skies; contemporary chandeliers from Prague! Change the colours and you can create any ambience!

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    Geometric

    Design Notes
    This design is inspired by the Marquetry Panel in Egypt dated latter half of 8th century; it’s made from fig, wood and bone.
    The result is this final design! It is fresh ad can be used in contemporary or rustic settings.

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    Horizontal

    Design Notes
    Inspired by Mandela and the peace park project in Africa. Peace parks are transitional reserve areas that allow wildlife to move freely across the continent.

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    Vector

    Design Notes
    The Vector collection is inspired by the linear structures of scaffolding and the pattern and shapes found within modern architecture. This is conveyed throughout the collection through experimenting with colours, layering of shapes and linear structures to create motifs and compostions.

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    Volcano

    Design Notes
    Inspired by the colours and energy, weird shapes and strong sound, I had to let go of knowing. The leathery lava flows allow for a use of layering , simple and clean lines.

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    Zig Zag

    Design Notes
    A strong collection of striped patterns creating a geometric grid landscape, inspired by traditional Aztec prints of the Navajo people.