Fruzsina Goczan (She/Her)
Interior design serves the purpose of empowering communities, providing users with a sense of agency over spatial environments while considering aesthetics and functionality. Within my work, I seek to explore the roles and relationships of materials, sustainability and interior spaces.
As a recent Glasgow School of Art graduate, I am currently seeking supportive entry-level work opportunities to further develop my skills with a dynamic team-orientated design practice to create imaginatively formed interiors for communities and individuals.
Material Maven Resource Centre is Glasgow’s newest resource centre for architectural materials, situated in a former charity daycare for the vulnerable, in the heart of the city. The centre aims to introduce, connect and support materials for design projects. The space also serves as a knowledge base for makers, artists, designers and architects upon which they can continuously upskill their practices and encourage others to deepen their understanding and consciousness of new materials. Visitors of the centre are encouraged to explore materials, make new connections and participate in various events and workshops throughout the year.