Faye Toogood, ‘Roly Poly’, 2014, Philadelphia Museum of Art

Designed by Faye Toogood

Image rights: Photograph courtesy of Faye Toogood

About Faye Toogood

For British designer Faye Toogood, “whether you are a fashion designer, a furniture designer, or an interior designer, the materials you can get your hands on are essential, because you are always looking for a new way to interpret your designs and to explain your story.” This also pertains to her recent venture from designing signature interior spaces and environments for clients such as Comme des Garçons, Alexander McQueen, and Tom Dixon, among others, to furniture design. Her products, designed with “honesty to the rawness and irregularity of the chosen material,” are sculptural in form and range from cups, tables, and chairs to art objects. Like her interior spaces, her furniture is considerate of both the two-dimensional design as well as three-dimensional space.

British, b. 1977, based in London, United Kingdom