Having spent ten years designing for womenswear clients, London based surface designer, Amelia Graham, stepped out from the shadows and created her own eponymous label. Amelia now develops designs for her collection of textiles, cushions, and scarves, while citing Brutalist architecture, African wax prints, and post modern art as inspiration. Amelia's modernist aesthetic is partly derived from her architect father,
Working together with Mariotti Fulget, DWA Design Studio experimented with the material Silipol to create a gorgeous series of tables. The studio says of the iconic 50's material, it's created with "almost alchemical processes, precise and governed by real recipes, originat results with fortuitous combinations of colours, blending the scientific dimension of the product with the emotional one."