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The Design and Craft Fair

25 – 29 APRIL 2018


MADE LONDON – CANARY WHARF returns at the end of April 2018 to bring the best contemporary designer makers in the country to the heart of Canary Wharf.
The show will run for 5 days and showcase about 100 exhibitors.

THE VENUE – is the East Wintergarden at Canary Wharf. A soaring vaulted parabolic glass arch designed by Cesar Pelli. The Wintergarden is in the heart of Canary Wharf between Jubilee Park and South Dock and is above Jubilee Place shopping centre.

There will be a cafe in the fair itself serving coffee and snacks. 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.

Aline Johnson Glass Commission

Glass designer and maker, Aline Johnson installed these fused glass hanky cluster chandeliers just before Christmas in a house in Muswell Hill, London. Aline got the commission at MADE LONDON in October last year. Buy and commission from Aline at MADE LONDON – Canary Wharf week 1 (17 – 20 March)  

Glass Chandelier by Aline Johnson

Glass artist, Aline Johnson recently installed a bespoke chandelier in Paris. It was designed for a dining room, in warm red, orange and amber tones. It consists of fifteen individual drop out striped glass shades (a stretched bell shape) with LED lights. The client had seen Aline’s work at a show in September and commissioned… Read more »

Corrinne Eira Evans Jewellery

First Nation art and culture feed the jewellery Corrinne creates. Particular interest is given to their horse blankets, textiles and basketry. Remodelling these influences into contemporary forms combining design elements of traditional fabric trimmings, basket shapes and geometric symbolic patterns which interlock, combine and repeat into fluid, elegant and functional forms. Inter-woven geometric patterns using… 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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