Barry Llewellen binds found materials together, growing new forms balancing a juxtaposition between the artefacts we consider waste and those that we treasure dearly.
Barry Llewellyn (b. 1998) is an Irish designer, currently based in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Barry received his BA from Design Academy Eindhoven, during which he established his practice centred around creating experimental objects for interior space. Often starting with remains as diverse as broken ceramic and discarded plastic, he balances a juxtaposition between the artefacts we consider waste and those that we treasure dearly. By binding these materials together, he grows new forms which are rich in colour, texture and diversity to shape stories that are both materially and socially relevant to our time.