Laura’s work explored transformation and user engagement. Her cups use the natural staining of tea to slowly reveal a pattern over time. Exploring product longevity and user appreciation of an item that changes with use and actually improves with age and wear, rather than being condemned to landfill. Her umbrella table is both a practical and vibrant addition to flexible spaces and contemporary small spaces. As a graduate Laura is tipped as one of the most exciting, young British creatives on the contemporary design scene. Imposing her highly stylised approach to exhibitions, furniture, jewellery and lighting, styling and art direction. She has recently shown in Milan alongside the likes of Martino Gamper and Jurgen Bay, directed for avant-garde musician and style icon Patrick Wolf, she is also hunted by fashion and design bloggers and boasts followers as influential and innovative as Bjork on her social media networks. She recently showed and had a residency at the Design Museum, London.