Young artist Charlotte Taylor’s prints of fictional interiors are quickly gaining design fans
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 (charlottetaylor.co).