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  • As seen in The Design Museum, Guardian, Sunday Times, Conran Shop and House & Gardens

  • As seen in The Design Museum, Guardian, Sunday Times, Conran Shop and House & Gardens

  • As seen in The Design Museum, Guardian, Sunday Times, Conran Shop and House & Gardens

  • As seen in The Design Museum, Guardian, Sunday Times, Conran Shop and House & Gardens

  • Watering Cans and so much more

As seen in The Design Museum, Guardian, Sunday Times, Conran Shop and House & Gardens

As seen in The Design Museum, Guardian, Sunday Times, Conran Shop and House & Gardens

As seen in The Design Museum, Guardian, Sunday Times, Conran Shop and House & Gardens

As seen in The Design Museum, Guardian, Sunday Times, Conran Shop and House & Gardens

Watering Cans and so much more

Portfolio

Ornametal Beehive - Belmont Synagogue

Adorning the body or the hive with biblical references including the land flowing with milk and honey, the 7 Holy Fruits, Samson and the Lion and Deborah.

The Nandy Wardrobe

To take pleasure in getting dressed, the Nandy Wardrobe fuses together the late design movement, Memphis, with interior surface design.

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Charlie the Horse

Designed to spark adventure for children in Camden Market surrounding the hidden horse tunnels of the 18th century.

By Julie-Anne Pugh X Camden Open Air Gallery

Serendipity

Inviting shape and colour to Camden High Street, this piece was commissioned by COAG for the new Buck Street Market.

"To the harmony and balance, give and take. To walk alongside one another with the moments we make."

Wood, acrylic 150x200cm

Break the Pattern

If you view the design movements on a timeline the increments start to increase rapidly from the 60’s onwards. 

We must go back and move forward and “Break the Pattern.”

London Honey Company

Surface design on 2 beehives, fusing together patterned hexagons and blooming florals combining the intricacies of bees and beekeepers with honey lovers. Read more