Fariha Ambreen

Statement

I am an exuberant and inquisitive designer and I strive to engage with design theories and material play to help define my design processes. My true inspiration lies in the memory and the deeper layers of the history of a space. Placing people at the core of my design process inspires me to create a spatial journey through which I aspire to encourage a connection between my target audience and the space. When out of motivation, I visit museums and go to parks to experience the space and observe the distinct layers of human interaction present in different spaces.

Achievements & Experience

BA(Hons) Interior Design, UWE Bristol, 2020

Interior Design Sales Consultant Internship (2019):
- Learned to use e-commerce software
- Engaged in site visits and meetings with clients and other firms to grow partnerships and sell high end furniture
- Working on the shopping catalogue

Interior Design Live Project | Bristol Bower Ashton Campus, 2018:
- Coordinating ideas and sketches as a team for the university’s Student Union Bar and the Bower Ashton Campus reception
- Visualizing surface finishes and installing furniture for the reception and waiting area
- Designing furniture using materials consciously in order to recycle, reduce costs and promote sustainability on campus

Featured Projects:

Cave Tile

Cave Tile

An inspiration from the pre-historic roots of cave painting - a tradition forgotten in modern society. Dyed wooden tiles that look to decrease the impact of waste in the textile industry. A sustainable product.

Workplace Project

Workplace Design

An ever changing open plan workplace with moveable walls and furniture to enhance connectivity and a thought sharing environment amongst employees.

Retail Concept Store

A retail concept store for Stella McCartney that was inspired by the natural surrounding environment, in line with the sustainable ethos of the brand.

Ambreen Designs

Surface Design

A surface finish from concrete and glass - inspired by the anatomical structure of small birds on site for a taxidermist.