British Craft Pavilion

 

Hole & Corner are curating the second edition of the British Craft Pavilion at the London Design Fair from 21 - 24 September, 2017. Presenting talented contemporary British-based makers: from woodworkers to ceramicists, blacksmiths to textiles practitioners, leatherworkers to printmakers...

 
 

Blenheim Forge
Hand-forged chef knives in Peckham
blenheimforge.co.uk
 

ByOcular
Tailor-made frames handcrafted in England
byocular.com

 

Christabel Balfour
Artist and weaver from South East London
christabel-balfour.co.uk
 

Claire Coles
Handcrafted wallpaper murals and appliqué artworks
clairecoles.co.uk

 

Dove Street Pottery
Wheel-thrown, functional ware by David Worsley
dovestpottery.co.uk

Forest + Found
A collaborative studio practice by Max Bainbridge and Abigail Booth
forest-and-found.com

 
 

'Forging hot steel is something I don't think any of us will get tired of' Blenheim Forge

 
 

Francli
Hardy workwear and outdoor accessories, handcrafted in Britain
francli.co.uk

Havelock Studio
Furniture, products and objects rooted in concept and purpose
havelockstudio.com

 

J. Elbourne
A designer and maker, producing handwoven furniture for interiors
cumulodesign.co.uk

Janie's Knitted Textiles
Handcrafted knitted accessories from UK yarns
janiesknittedtextiles.co.uk

 

Julian Mayor
Sculptural forms created using technology and craft-based processes
julianmayor.com

Kana London
Playful, tactile, hand-built ceramics in stoneware, made in East London
kanalondon.com

 
 

'All my work is hand built. I use few tools; mostly practical bits I have picked up on the way. I think a butter knife and a spoon are the most used tools in my studio'
Kana London

 
 
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Keiko Yanagisawa
Japanese born - London based artist and illustrator using traditional Japanese colours and hues.
keikoyanagisawa.com

Lacquer Studios
Specialists in Oriental and European lacquer and paint techniques
lacquerstudios.com

 

Leonie Stanton
London-based potter
leoniestanton.co.uk

Linda Bloomfield
London potter making porcelain tableware
lindabloomfield.co.uk

 

Louise Body
British designer producing wallpapers, fabric and accessories
louisebody.com

Modern Craft Workshop
Tableware made from local stoneware clay: a celebration of hard work, handwork and quality. 
moderncraftworkshop.com

 

Olivia Walker
London and Barcelona based ceramicist, who throws precise forms in porcelain before submerging them in paper-thin accretions
oliviawalker.co.uk

The Mighty Stitch
Scottish textile designer making distinctive and unique embroideries with many wonderful applications.
lauralees.com

 
 

Par Avion
Norfolk-based furniture designers Simon and Monica Cass
par-avion.co

Pole and Hunt
British knife makers
alexpoleironwork.com

 

Pottery West
Sheffield-based studio founded by Catherine and Matt West
potterywest.co.uk

Ren London
Simple and beautiful textiles in soft, luxurious fabrics
renlondon.co
 

 

Reiko Kaneko
Ceramics, jewellery and studio glaze pieces from Stoke-on-Trent
reikokaneko.co.uk

Smith's Rules
Craftsman, designer, typographer, printmaker, wordsmith and maker
smithsrules.com

 
 

Product designer Ariane Prin's Rustiles installation, working with London Design Fair's 'Material of the Year' Jesmonite, will be on display at the British Craft Pavilion.

 
 

Stoff Studios
Refined collections of textiles and furniture using traditional methods
stoffstudios.com

Tanya McCallin
Studio potter working in porcelain, stoneware and earthenware clays
tanyamccallinceramics.com

 

Temper Studio
Finely crafted bespoke and made-to-order furniture made in Wiltshire
temperstudio.com 

Teucer Wilson
One of the country's leading lettercutters and stone carvers
teucerwilson.co.uk

 
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'I have always loved Alvar Aalto’s quote: “Beauty is the harmony of function and form.” I always approach my work with this in mind...' Tom Gyr of Tom's Studio

 
 

Tortie Hoare
Furniture maker using leather and wood
tortiehoare.com

Will Elworthy
East London furniture maker
willelworthy.co.uk

 
 

 Zuza Mengham will be presenting a new series of Lichen sculptures, in the British Craft Pavilion, insetting British variants of this organism into Jesmonite to create the artworks.