Ellie Anton

Statement

I am an optimistic young interior designer, I thrive in a design environment and enjoy exceeding the best of my abilities. I believe in simplicity, self-care, well-being, the environment, sensory and detail. I practise my beliefs the best I possibly can when designing and I am committed to creating honest designs that are purposeful and flexible for everyone.

Achievements & Experience

BA(Hons) Interior Design, UWE Bristol, 2020

Runner up for Amarelle workplace competition

Shortlisted for Herman Miller workplace competition, yet to be judged due to Covid-19

Contact

Personal professional email

Featured Projects:

The Vastum tile

The vastum tile is a sustainable product made only from hospitality waste and leather offcuts. The bone china tile is designed to tesselate to create a unique geometric surface that suits any customer.

The Vastum tile

The vastum tile. A product made entirely from hospitality waste. Each tile is made from bone china and leather offcuts. If the offcuts are too small they are burnt into a leather ash and used as a glaze for a decrotive touch.

Well-being Workplace

Design for domestic interiors. Focusing primarly on the work morale and well-being.

Well-being workplace

Design for domestic interiors. Focusing primarly on the work morale and well-being.

Waterfront house - Dementia support centre

Located in Bristol, The generator building. Waterfront house is a dementia support centre created by using the concept of Bristol's history and Wabi-sabi. Showing how the history of the building and the history of a person is beautiful despite its age and damage.

Waterfront house: Dementia support centre

Located in Bristol, The generator building. Waterfront house is a dementia support centre created by using the concept of Bristol's history and Wabi-sabi. Showing how the history of the building and the history of a person is beautiful despite its age and damage.