Snowden Flood is the unusual name of the London-based designer - she started her career in design working in New York for the Brooklyn Museum and Peter Marino Architects.
Snowden frequently designs products on commission and clients include British Museum, St. Pauls Cathedral, The Museum of London, Southbank Centre, Dorchester Collection, The city of Turin, Chatsworth House, Tate Modern & London Transport Museum.
Snowden is inspired by Art Deco and 1920s-40s textile design. Over the years Snowden has designed/sourced and helped to manufacture many bespoke fabrics for interior designers and architects.
Snowden works from a very beautiful studio complex in Croydon, UK.