Tiffany Suart

BA (Hons) Ceramics


The aim behind my practice is to affect mood and temperament through use of lighting specifically, bringing the organic and fluid into architectural spaces to create contemplative and calming settings. I aim to challenge perception of lighting design and consider it possibly the most important element in interior design.

I engage with redefining purpose, from the function of an interior, to the use of copper and ceramic material aiming to create new experiences, new meanings through materials and their function, not simply by creating a light source, but creating a living installation.

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