Matt studied Furniture and Product Design at Nottingham Trent Design, before working as a designer at Cantilever Bars. He started at Sustainable Kitchen in January 2017. Matt’s aim as a designer is to create spaces and designs that are of heirloom quality, designs that will last for years to come, designs you can’t resist cherishing.
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Why are kitchens important to Matt?
“Kitchens are the place to meet. It is where the most fun happens, whether it is gathering around preparing a hearty curry or having friends around for a refreshing cocktail, the kitchen is the main gathering point in the house. At the same time it is a place you can play and experiment all whilst dancing and singing your heart out, hopefully without being spotted!”
What does Matt do in his spare time?
Matt likes to keep busy and getting his hands dirty. Amongst many things, he enjoys playing the violin and has a pottery studio based in Clifton, Bristol where he throws his own ceramic designs under the Muddy Duck Ceramics brand. There is always something baking in the oven at Matt’s home, and especially loves his freshly baked bread. In order to burn off all those baked goods, a large proportion of Matt’s time is spent outdoors, walking or cycling and otherwise exploring whenever he can.
When do you see Matt?
You will meet Matt during the design process, in initial consultations and subsequent design meetings.