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British designer and artist Alex Randall is best known for the use of taxidermy and other found objects in her original lighting designs. Her bespoke creations have appeared in hotels, restaurants, and residential and retail projects across the globe, and range from elaborate antler chandeliers, to single bulb table lamps. Alex has just launched Atelier Randall at London’s Sanderson hotel, where her latest pieces are on display, such as her Harp floor lamp, along with the continuing pieces in the collection.
When did you realise you wanted to work in design? While most children dream of being spacemen or ballerinas I had a slightly different idea. If you asked the five year old me what I wanted to be when I grew up I would have said ‘An artist or a designer and have my own business.’
Who, or what helped you shape your sense of style? I’ve been very influenced from both my time spent in the country and the city. To fit into my life things have to be practical while at the same time beautiful.Read more →
3D printing has arrived, no longer a thing of the future, it’s becoming more accessible than ever.Read more →