Recognized for her unique designs, award winning British designer Bethan Laura Wood whose exhibits were in the Milan design show in 2018, studied Three-Dimensional Design at the University of Brighton, graduating with honors in 2006. She continued on to the Royal College of Art, where she studied Product Design under Jürgen Bey and Martino Gamper, earning a master’s degree in 2009.

As I sipped on a glass of wine in the Media Hospitality Suite on opening night of Toronto’s Interior Design Show (IDS), the striking image of Bethan Laura Wood stirred my attention enough to have me walk across the room to introduce myself:

Rose Marie Bresolin: I’m now speaking with Bethan and I’m going to let her tell you what it was that made me gravitate towards her, in a room packed with other people also looking well designed by fashion.

Bethan: Well, hello to Spencer readers. I am a multi-discipline designer and I’ve just been invited to talk about my work. In my practice, I tend to like a lot of colour and pattern, so that’s why you were noticing me from across the room.

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