Fascinated by the power of tactility, Stephanie embraces the intrinsic qualities of contrasting materials to create her textured surfaces designs. Trapping natural fibres and reclaimed aggregates within high performance composite materials that appear as delicate as porcelain.
Stephanie treats each surface with the same sensitivity that she would a fine textile, her designs challenge our preconceptions of the conventional uses of both the natural and industrial materials she works with.
Her designs feature 3 collections, Crag, Varve and Fibril, each focusing on contrasting tactile qualities such as rough, smooth and soft. Collecting reclaimed elements from across the South West including broken roof slates and shards of hand blown glass from various glass artists, she composes each design carefully to enhance the natural qualities of materials.
Working from her studio in Bristol, she designs and produces everything by hand. Having sold collections of side tables, bowls and table wares, she focuses predominately on bespoke commissions; working on projects for interiors such as kitchen worktops and splash-backs, bathroom units and sculptural wall art.
Stephanie is excited about the versatility of her surface designs, aiming towards large-scale architectural applications, which create immersive and engaging environments within our urban landscape.
For more information please visit her website www.stephanietudor.co.uk or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be happy to answer any queries or talk through ideas for future projects.