Multi-disciplinary designer and partner at HemingwayDesign, specialising in Urban Design, Interior and product design.
graduated from The Bartlett School of Planning (University College London) in
2009 with a BSC in Urban Studies and has since worked on the transformation of
Hillington Square, Kings Lynn, a large 319 home development with significant
social issues, to forge a thriving community fit for 21st Century
Tilly leads the design team on a continuing collection of sofas for G Plan Vintage to inspire a new generation of consumers, which has brought G Plan back in to the ‘design limelight’ for the first time since the mid-century, and has designed two successful ceramic ranges for Royal Doulton.
Most recently, Tilly has led on the furnishings and interior design at East Village – Get Living London, curated National Trust’s pop-up exhibition in Flat 130, Balfron Tower and re-designed Unite Students interior common spaces throughout their estate.
Tilly’s current projects at HemingwayDesign include A Vision for Anfield, interiors for the University of Chichester’s new engineering and digital media campus, master planning and housing regeneration in Leicester.
Read her interview with Vogue here.