Born and raised in Toronto, Siubhan Taylor has always been a creative person, expressing herself any way that she could. She decided to pursue Interior Design as a career, initially drawn to the idea of positively shaping the way people live and work through creative expression.
After earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design from Humber College, she worked for Philip Beesley Architect Inc, making strong contributions to numerous of the studio’s experimental installations. Siubhan took responsibility in Toronto and overseas for major parts of the production and installation of the Spring Dragon Tail environment, an immersive sculpture mounted in Shanghai. Siubhan also made significant progress with PBAI’s experimental textile design, working on new textiles for Iris Van Herpen’s experimental haute couture collection. The textiles were included in Iris Van Herpen’s Hacking Infinity collection at Paris Fashion Week 2015.
Since her departure from PBAI, Siubhan relocated to Hamilton, inspired by the city’s potential, vibrant art and music scenes. In her free time, she enjoys tinkering with her 3D printer, and dreaming of designing her own art installation. Along with creative flair, she brings passion and dedication for design to the dpai team.