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Brief Published: 2 Aug 2012

Tamasyn Gambell


British designer Tamasyn Gambell creates environmentally sound and socially aware printed textiles and interior products. She gains her eco credentials by using only organic and water-based inks while working in small production runs to minimise waste. Her studio has gained international attention by combining these ecological methods with beautiful graphic and geometric prints.

After graduating from London’s Royal College of Art in 2005, Gambell designed for several fashion brands, including Louis Vuitton and H&M. However, frustrated with the lack of innovation and waste created in this fast-paced industry, she set up her own business focused on creating environmentally-friendly products.

Earlier this year Gambell collaborated with London-based reclaimed furniture company Førest London. She is currently working with British furniture company Ercol to create textiles for the relaunch of its Windsor 203 Easy chair and footstool, which will be released in September at London design fair, Tent.

Tamasyn Gambell