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New Furniture by Edward Johnson

Edward Johnson’s work is the product of a deep understanding of his materials and the desire to explore its possibilities, he describes his work as ‘being led by a core desire to challenge and innovate’. The Murano veneers stem from Edward’s interest and expertise in laminating, and his interest in pushing his techniques and materials… Read more »

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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 »

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Sue Gregor: Environmentally Friendly Production

Sue Gregor is now using acrylic made from 100% recycled materials which is free from volatile organic compounds and hydrofluorocarbon, making it more environmentally friendly. Sue says; ‘It is important to me that I am not contributing to the increase of plastic waste but am doing something to re-purpose some of it. It has already… Read more »

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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)  

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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 »

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John Plater by Jeremy Bear

John Plater FSDC, woodturner, has been portrayed in two works by artist, Jeremy Bear. People and their lives are at the heart of Jeremy Bear’s work. His creative process starts when his attention is caught by the creative spirit of others. It may be people he knows well, purposefully working in their chosen media, as… Read more »

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Flora Bhattachary Fine Jewellery

Flora Bhattachary Fine Jewellery has been shortlisted for ‘New Designer Of The Year’ at the 2017 UK Jewellery Awards. The 25th Anniversary Awards Ceremony will be held at the London Hilton in Park Lane in June.  Flora is looking forward to a glamourous evening and has her fingers crossed! Flora is inspired by the glamour of her family’s… Read more »

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The Mount Haven Hotel and Restaurant – A Design Evolution

Textile designer, Sam Pickard is working on an exciting wall panel commission for the re-design and re-furbishment of the Mount Haven Hotel in Marazion, Cornwall. The screen-printed 2.4 metre wall panel triptych, which she will be exhibiting at MADE LONDON – Canary Wharf (22nd – 25th March), will be situated in the bar area of… Read more »

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Sarah Pulvertaft’s Kinetic Jewellery

There’s less than a month to go until MADE LONDON – Canary Wharf and Sarah Pulvertaft is gearing up for a lot of making over the next few weeks in preparation.   Sarah will definitely be bringing along some of her pretty new kinetic starburst rings and earrings. They are silver with emeralds and multiple… Read more »

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Cristina Sabaiduc Silk Scarves

Cristina Sabaiduc scarves question the idea of beauty through distinctive print concepts. Cristina works with anything from artefacts, natural found objects, or bizarre experiments in macro compositions to create the prints. The silk scarves are printed in the UK and feature embedded magnets for styling versatility. Cristina will be shwoing and selling her work during… Read more »

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Karen Henriksen: Fun and Stylish Hats for Spring

Joining us at Canary Wharf is Karen Henriksen, the designer who creates beautifully detailed hats in her London studio using high quality fabrics. Karen’s signature approach is to revisit classic styles for both men and women using innovative pattern-cutting. Her work includes trilby hats, rain hats, flat caps, berets and cloche hats. Karen will present her Windswept… Read more »

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Jo Davies Ceramics Twist Vases

Jo Davies will be exhibiting her wonderful ceramics during week 2 (22 – 25 March) with a new collection alongside many of her classic range. Jo will be be presenting the new Twist Vases, as well as her lighting and functional ware.