Natasha Lewis

While initially having a love for interior architecture and design during school years, my passion has developed into furniture and product design.  With the realisation that interior design wouldn’t be possible without products to suit the spaces, my design process became more about designing for the space.

Liaising both current and future trends with functionality to create a perfect medium between the usability and aesthetic appeal is something I aim to achieve in all my designs. |


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Utilising the limited amount of space found in urban apartments, Elma is a three seater sofa created to suit open planned apartments. Integrated hanging space adds character and function to the sofa, with exposed elements adding to the industrial aesthetic. 
With a noticeably high back, Elma can almost be used as a wall divide to help break up a open planned room in addition to the extra support supplied by this feature.


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Viv is a pendant light designed for the domestic kitchen-dining environment, using no adhesives or fixings, assembly and disassembly is simplified, encouraging correct disposal. A 'layered' effect is achieved through pressed steel, complimenting the form.