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MADE LONDON – CANARY WHARF
The Design and Craft Fair

17 – 20 and 22 – 25 MARCH 2017

FREE ADMISSION

MADE LONDON – CANARY WHARF is a new event bringing some of the best contemporary designer makers in the country to the heart of Canary Wharf.
There will be two shows – 17-20 and 22-25 March. Each will present around 60 makers and change completely for the second show.

THE VENUE – is a specially built, heated and floored temporary pavilion in Canada Square Park, by Cesar Pelli’s One Canada Square tower, the centrepiece of Canary Wharf and for 20 years the tallest building in Britain. Refreshments can be bought from any of Canary Wharf’s various bars, cafes and restaurants and will be allowed into the venue.  Canary Wharf has one of the United Kingdom’s largest, collections of Public Art. For a fascinating self-guided walk pick up an Art Map in the pavilion.

WHAT TO EXPECT – A friendly, relaxed, highest quality contemporary craft and design fair, where the makers themselves meet the public to discuss inspirations, design processes and future projects, enabling maker / consumer relationships. Work can be bought at the fair or commissions can be taken.

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Edward Johnson – Murano Collection

Furniture maker, Edward Johnson,  will be exhibiting two new pieces from his latest Murano collection at MADE LONDON – Canary Wharf during week 2 – from 22 – 25 March. This is the first time that this new range has been exhibited, with the pieces currently in production in the workshop. The collection was initially inspired… Read more »

Joanne Haywood’s Special Woman’s Project

We are thrilled to be welcoming jewellery artist Joanne Haywood to MADE LONDON – Canary Wharf in week 2 (22 – 25 March). Joanne has been working on a special project for a few years, entitled “A Woman’s Work is Never Done”. Joanne has made 21 pieces of jewellery for four trailblazing women from science, literature,… Read more »

Gaby Casemore Lockets

Jeweller Gaby Casemore had so many lovely conversations at MADE BRIGHTON with people about their family lockets and what they mean to them – she even had two women almost in tears – that she really realised how precious they are for families and their history. Gaby started thinking about a locket for her daughter,… Read more »

  No other craft fair shows quite as much diversity and quality of product as MADE LONDON and it does it so very well  

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