Haidée Drew is a multidisciplinary designer, curator and arts educator with a background in contemporary craft she trained in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing and metalwork at The Royal College of Art. Haidée went on to established herself by creating homewares for shops such as Heals, Liberty, The Design Museum, and The Conran Shop, as well as working with independent stores and galleries around the world.
Based in East London and surrounded by industry, Haidée prides herself on working with some of the UK’s finest artisans and manufacturers to create her sculptural objects with function. This exchange has led to a deep understanding of material, craft and heritage, which is echoed through her collections and bespoke commissions.
''My sculptural and highly tactile collections encourage playful participation whilst subtly addressing function.''
Residencies and awards with museums and organisation such as The V&A, Sir John Soanes Museum, Lansbury Lawrence and The National Trust ignited a curious celebration of objects and shaped her unique approach to design, drawing inspiration from historical collections and Architecture to create her own timeless descendants with a strong visual dialogue with the past.
This predilection for artifacts and Architecture has brought about public commissions and collaborations that explore the relationship between environment and object, resulting in projects and new products that have a strong sculptural and spatial thread
Some clients Include: The Design Museum, Royal Academy, Barbican, Liberty, The Conran Shop, Heals, Yoo, The National Trust, The British Museum, Sir John Soanes Museum.