Angharad Summers is a product and furniture designer from New Zealand currently based in Melbourne. Her designs aim to be interesting, sustainable and non-egocentric pieces. She wants to design pieces that are functional and/or thought-provoking in order to provide people with something that is new, yet necessary. Non-egocentric design is about something bigger than the designer and their desire to create something beautiful. It can come in the form of a functional, useful object which is solving a problem or it can come in the form of an object which makes a statement and presents a wider issue for people to discuss. She has recently been named one of the final 30 for the Australian Design Review’s 30 Under 30 design program and one of the finalists for Australia’s Next Top Designer. She also co-organised Pop ‘round: one person’s junk is another person’s chair, a furniture exhibition for Melbourne Design Week 2023.