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MEET: Liam Treanor by Mandy Knapp of www.mandyknapp.co.uk


Liam Treanor is a British


design brand producing fine contemporary timber-based furniture and lighting products. Liam Treanor’s self-titled brand has grown consistently since its establishment in 2011, thanks to the popularity of its well- considered products.


and high quality


Liam’s furniture has been designed with its destined environment considered as much as possible and is contrived to fit in seamlessly and be unobtrusive; to be admired but not to seek attention.


The products feature Liam’s signature style of clean lines and flowing organic forms, with a soft and lightweight aesthetic.


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Where did you train and when did you graduate? After completing my A Levels, I studied at Moulton College near Northampton on a cabinet making course. After a year at Moulton, I began my degree at the University of Lincoln on the Furniture Design & Craftsmanship course; sadly this course is no more.


I graduated in 2010 and set up business at the turn of 2011.


For a newly established designer, your work has a strong visual language. What designers have influenced your work? Thanks! In particular, Alvar Aalto, Jasper Morrison and Marcel Breuer.


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