This Is Interior & Furniture Design: 1 - 9 June, DIT GrangegormanPosted: 29 May, 2018
Each year, the final-year students of the Dublin School of Creative Arts put on a show displaying their most exceptional work. Among this year's cohort of graduates are a talented group of Interior and Furniture Designers.
Greta Usaite's proposal for a re-designing Huguenot House on Stephen?s Green into a media production company.
Interior Design graduate Regina Byrne has designed a cosmetic company headquarters, using modernist linear forms based on an aesthetic developed from analysing epidermal skin patterns, while Greta Usaite presents a proposal for re-designing Huguenot House on Stephen’s Green into a media production company which includes a recording studio, multifunctional functional television studio and offices.
This year’s Furniture Design cohort will present a diverse range of work. Stuart Hayes’s work is based upon vernacular materials and craft practices embodied in contemporary furniture pieces. Unprocessed branches are combined with machined material allowing for forms to develop, morph and grow organically within the making process. James Grunfeld presents a series of mirrors and seating with references as diverse as Georgian Dublin and contemporary Jazz. Anastasia Uljanova’s semi-enclosed office pod allows workers to find space to relax in quietness while Dominika Walus pieces are designed to match her interior design project which is based upon the concept of finding beauty in imperfection.
This Is, the 2018 DIT Graduate Exhibition, launches in DIT Grangegorman on Thursday and opens to the public daily from Friday, 1st June to Saturday, 9th June.