Festive Installation by Sarah Angold
A bauble…a festive installation…art? Sarah Angold invites you to consider…
London based designer Sarah Angold showcases her fresh ‘decorative’ way of working as a result of her recent installation within a Selfridges window. Sarah has returned to her grass roots in her hometown to design a bespoke collection of textured pieces for a unique Christmas installation within Interior Angle Art Design Gallery. Using her signature Perspex inspired designs Sarah combines geometric shape, electric shades, movement and balance in her journey to realise a fresh approach to embellishment for the Christmas season. All pieces are for sale. Read more…
Raised in Chelmsford, designer Sarah Angold spent her high School years at Chelmsford County High before heading to Loughborough in 2001, and then to Royal College of Art in 2006, to study mixed media textiles.
Upon graduation from her MA, Angold was determined to apply her skills within a variety of different design disciplines, whilst also continuing her personal projects within catwalk fashion and lighting installation. Since there was no established job that offered so much variety, Angold set up ‘Sarah Angold Studio’, a company of designers from different backgrounds who together tackle everything from styling and visual merchandising to material consultancy for electronics and vehicle design. ‘Creativity is creativity!’ Angold explains. ‘When we approach a new project there will only be one person in the team who has been trained specifically in that discipline. Consequently, whilst we have the expertise on board, we also have the ability to think outside that specialism and combine different ways of thinking which results in new and exciting outcomes – true innovation’.
Whilst the studio’s clients include Selfridges, Hussein Chalayan, Toyota, Seymourpowell, Swarovski, and Textile View magazine, Angold herself is currently working on bespoke projects for the London Design Museum and Louis de Bernieres, as well as a collection especially for the Essex Arts Trail that will explore unexpected material combinations and industrial techniques, including laser cutting.