Chelsea Lemon is a Canberra based designer and maker who works predominately with timber. Chelsea aims to create visual, physical, and emotional connections between the user and her work. Many of her pieces include foliage and plant themes, mixed with interactivity and decorative woodworking technique 'parquetry'. Chelsea’s work explores new ways of utilising parquetry by creating dynamic geometric arrangements and shapes that are influenced by nature (traditionally, parquetry depicted repeated geometric patterns). In 2015 she graduated from the Australian National University with her Honours in a Bachelor of Visual Arts, majoring in Furniture Design. Chelsea received the 2014 Designcraft: Craft + Design People’s Choice Award for her Triangulation Chair, and was also awarded the Craft ACT Exhibition Award to showcase her chair in the 2015 ‘Emerging Contemporaries’ exhibition.