Young artist Char­lotte Tay­lor’s prints of fic­tional in­te­ri­ors are quickly gain­ing de­sign fans

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In­spired by ar­chi­tect Ri­cardo Bofill’s La Mu­ralla Roja and Richard Eng­land’s playful build­ings in Malta, artist Char­lotte Tay­lor (right) be­gan cre­at­ing her se­ries of ex­per­i­men­tal ar­chi­tec­tural prints. The ‘Fic­tional In­te­ri­ors’ ref­er­ence Post­mod­ernist, Bru­tal­ist and utopian build­ings in a dreamy palette of dusky peaches and shad­owy brights, and are whip­ping up quite the storm, with the de­signs al­ready stocked at Print Club Lon­don, Life Store Lon­don, Brighton’s Un­lim­ited Gallery and French on­line con­cept store Cool Ma­chine.

Next up is a col­lab­o­ra­tion with an Ital­ian brand for Mi­lan’s fur­ni­ture fair, as well as Tay­lor’s task of evolv­ing her steady stream of de­sign ideas. ‘I am ex­plor­ing how to trans­form my works into the sculp­tural realm, to give them a stronger sense of re­al­ity,’ she ex­plains. ‘I’m in­ter­ested in re­tail, set and stage de­sign. I want to cre­ate un­con­ven­tional spa­ces, with equally ob­scure pieces of de­sign within them’. Signed prints, from £60 (char­lot­te­tay­

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