Jonathan Baskett

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Where and what did you study and what year did you graduate?
Master of Visual Arts (Product Design), 2003, Canberra School of Art.
Bachelor of Visual Arts Honours, 1996, Canberra School of Art.

Where did you head after graduating?
I spent three years working in various glass studios in Europe, New Zealand and Mexico. I then returned to Australia in 1998 and started my own production studio in Sydney.

When did you launch your own business?
I launched it first in Bremen Germany then in Sydney.

What motivated you to start your own business?
A genuine belief in minimal and original designed objects in glass, anti-design timeless objects that last the test of time and are functional, fun and contemporary.

How would you describe your business to someone who didn’t know you?
I design for industry and design and make glassware under my own label.

How would you describe the products you design to someone who hadn’t seen them?
Clean and minimal, colourful fun, designed for the those that know what their function is.

What are the most challenging parts of being a designer running a small business?
Allocating the right amount of resources and time to all the challenges such as production, promotion, presentation and research and development.

What are the next steps for you?
More designing, collaborating, travelling and spending more time with the people I love.

Published 15 July 2008.

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