We are delighted to see 2nd year student’s work on page 40 and 47 of Bath Life magazine.
Following on from a successful joint show, with her contemporaries in the 2nd year, at the Holburne museum, ‘UpLate’,
Jess Morgan-Halliwell was approached to supply work reflecting trend for coming seasons.
So dramatic and arresting early in the morning .
Bring it on!
The working studio.
The designers are into producing their most fascinating and on trend work.
Soon this will be released into the commercial world.
Creating fantastical yarns to develop and manipulate into knit and construction. Go, go, go the first years!
The view from the School of Art and Design . Looking into the heart of the city.
Aliumni of TDFI, Tamara Vodden’s beautiful work for sale in Australian
Still going strong.
Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors.
Student’s design used in display at Anthropologie, Bath
The 1st yrs are researching inventive ways to make ‘yarn’. Based on research through drawing, and working with found and recycled materials, the students are busily creating fantasy yarns which will eventually be again translated into practical textile outcomes