Lauren Lea Haynes Studio is a furniture design and sculpture studio based in Naarm/Melbourne. LLh Studio explores the playful side of design without overlooking the importance of well-crafted design, emphasizing a locally made approach. LLh Studio combines colour, sculptural form and various materials to challenge conventional parameters in furniture design.

In both the home and the commercial world, LLh Studio designs are developed with an understanding of their surroundings and mood, and aim to bring joy both aesthetically and functionally. The designs at LLh Studio are well crafted, simple, and fun.

A commitment to using locally grown and sustainably sourced materials is integral to the studio’s ethos. Understanding the environmental impact of each design and sticking to a small batch production operation is integral to the studio’s sustainability commitment. LLh Studio is a slow furniture practice, run by solely, by Lauren (& Chips).

Lauren has studied an Associate Degree in Furniture Design at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Techonology.



Curated by Misc Objet

Melbourne Design Week - NGV Melbourne 
17th March - 20 March

Curated by Shifting Worlds 

Thursday 17th March - Saturday 26th March

Melbourne Design Week 2022 ⁠


ACCA - Who’s afraid of Public Space?
‘Reading Space: The Common Room’

Project designed by Nicola Cortese, Lauren Crockett and Stephanie Pahnis
4th Decmber 2021 - 20th March 2022
Gallery 3 Australian Center of Contemporary Arts (ACCA)

10-12 Febuary

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006, Australia.

Design Fringe
Linden New Art

26 Acland street, St Kilda, VIC 3182
> 30 September - 7 October


Marfa Gallery, Abbotsford, VIC 3067
> October 18th - 25th / 2021

Royal Melbourne Institue of Techonology Graduate Show
‘Emerging Objects’

Marfa Gallery, Abbotsford, VIC 3067
> 24-28 November 2021



The Design Files x Laminex Emerging Designer Shortlist 
Erik Romke Award- ‘Best Student’ for the 2021 Associate Degree in Design- Furniture at RMIT 

©2021 Lauren Lea Haynes — All Rights Reserved

I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. I pay my respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

Photos by Jess Brohier 
A special thanks to Heimur Design and Curio Practice

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