News & Events: Shop

  1. Lucy Sparrow Opens Cornershop

    Cornershop by Lucy Sparrow is open 10-7 everyday 2-31 August, Bethnal Green, London. The wares on offer are all made from felt, over 4,000 hand stitched grocery items are for sale.

  2. Tamarian at Altman NYC

    From 7-9 September 2014 in New York Tamarian Carpets will debut new pieces at the historic Altman Building, Chelsea.

  3. At Home with the Days

    ‘At Home with the Days’ 17 – 21 September, is a selling exhibition curated and organised by London design shop, twentytwentyone. It will take place during the mammoth London Design Festival.

  4. Fine Cell Work

    Pentreath & Hall launch their new range of geometric needlework cushions in conjunction withFine Cell Work at London Design Festival.

  5. Future Craft at Heal’s

    Heal’s, London launches Future Craft- a new collection of furniture and textiles that retain traditional values of craftsmanship and quality while embracing the latest technologies and design innovations.

  6. The New Craftsmen London

    After founding in 2012 with two pop-up shops and a retail website the new shop/gallery site for London-based The New Craftsmen will open to the public on Friday 6 June at 34 North Row in Mayfair

  7. British Craft Comes to Mayfair

    On the 6th June The New Craftsmen are to open a permanent retail space housed in a historic 19th century workshop in the heart of London’s luxury quarter, Mayfair.

  8. Futurismo Ancestral Preview

    Futurismo Ancestral: An Offering to Peru by Sixe Parades takes place 21 – 27 May 2014 at Somerset House, London.

  9. Henzel Studio Collaborations at Barneys NY

    Henzel Studio Collaborations volume 1, a limited edition art rug collection project created by Calle and Asa Henzel of by Henzel with 12 renowned international artist and curator Joakim Andreasson, went on display at Barneys in New York on 10 May

  10. Sculpture in the Home at Pangolin London

    Pangolin London present Sculpture in the Home at their Kings Cross showroom celebrating the Arts Council England touring exhibitions of the same name in the 1940s and 50s

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