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Bespoke Atelier
Bespoke Atelier

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Established in 2011, Bespoke Atelier is an innovative design studio producing dynamic patterns, forms and graphics in specialised materials for public realm projects, architecture and interiors. With a background in textile design their creative approach is pattern and texture driven, focusing upon creating graphic and tactile qualities to enhance spaces. Their designs complement the environments in which they are placed, making a visual impact to suit their location.

Bespoke Atelier’s versatile approach to design allows their pieces to fit within a myriad of spaces. They work with a combination of traditional and contemporary methods to apply their designs to a range of materials such as paper, textiles, wood or metal, as well as investigating innovative techniques such as casting in concrete or layering designs within fibre glass. This inquisitive approach to material exploration and choice has placed their artworks within a wide range of sites; from large outdoor sculptures in the public realm to residential wallpapers.

Bespoke Atelier work frequently for local councils within education and healthcare services and with private developers, heritage organisations, restaurants and museums including collaboration with a range of other creative professionals.

Clients include; Deutsche Bank, Scotrail, Glasgow Housing Association, NHS Scotland, Page\Park Architects, National Museum of Scotland, Scottish Canals, Glasgow Life, Aberdeenshire Council, Glasgow City Community Health Partnership, Northlight Heritage, West Lothian Council.

Year Established: 2011

Achievements

- Deutsche Bank Award in Creative Practises 2010

- “Brave Generation” - Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow 2014

- “Land and Elements” - Review Gallery, The Lighthouse, 2015

- Hospitalfield in Industry Residency 2015

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