A contemporary take on the traditional Austrian style. This circular embroidered room was commissioned by Waldo Works for a private residence in Austria. Freehand machine embroidery and appliqué.
In collaboration with designers Brady Williams, Laura translated their designs into freehand machine embroidered and upholstered wall panels (a steady hand for over 3 kilometres of embroidery). Based on the Indian art deco style and praised by Vogue, this fine and precise embroidery hangs beautifully in the Brigadiers in central London.
Photography - Mark Scott
Laura was commissioned by Established & Sons to translate, using freehand machine embroidery, designs by Barcelona-based artist Albert Tercero into four 2x4 meter banners. These banners were part of Established and Sons presentation for their new collection this year.
Guadalupe–Daybed is inspired by The New Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico. Fascinated by the graphical shapes and colour combinations of the stained glass windows, Bethan
Laura Wood has designed a daybed for dreaming, for taking time to let your imagination float away into the mesmeric embroidery made in collaboration with Laura Lees.
Commissioned by Kvadrat for the
Divina exhibition at Salone del Mobile Milan, 2014
Designed by Bethan Laura Wood
in collaboration with Laura Lees for Kvadrat
Photography: Fernando Laposse