Snowden Flood is the unusual name of a London-based designer.
Snowden started her career in design working in New York for the Brooklyn Museum and Peter Marino Architects. While living in NYC in the 1990's, Snowden became obsessed with a passion for designing and manufacturing high quality souvenirs that are actually made in the UK.
She is now based in a jewel box of a studio-shop at Oxo Tower, overlooking the River Thames where she sells her range of products. Voted 2nd most loved shop on the Southbank in Time Out Love London Awards 2018!
Snowden frequently designs work on commission and clients include British Museum, Chatsworth House, Tate Modern & London Transport Museum. Her own artist's range of products are regularly stocked at the South Bank Centre.
Snowden is inspired by Art Deco and 1920’s-40’s textile design. With support from Jehane Ltd, Snowden Flood is now looking to license her designs and product areas to industry.
PRODUCT IMAGES ARE ALL SNOWDEN'S OWN ARTIST RANGE. ALL ARE AVAILABLE FOR WIDER MANUFACTURE/LICENSING
Q & A
What would your dream project be?
"A commission to design new textiles for the Orient Express?! Or…a beautiful handwoven rug for The Rug Company".
Describe your dream client?
"Someone like Charleston Trust. A dream client is a client with an incredible eye and an understanding of how designers work. And one who trusts you and gives you carte blanche!"