From the sublime to the fantastical there were so many highlights at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show. Below are just a few of our favourite moments:
Supermarche Studio announce Katalog exhibition, 23-28 June at Craft Central, Clerkenwell.
Katalog showcases new creative projects by a group of designers united by their background in architecture. The exhibition will feature new products from all designers and will include interior accessories, prints and jewellery.
The exhibition is aimed at the design conscious consumers, and professionals living and working in the Clerkenwell area. Each designer is inspired by architecture in their practice. Their diverse work is underpinned by formal architectural training and informed by London’s urban environment. It is hoped the show will be as inspiring to architecture professionals as the wider general public.
The designers, some still practicing architects, work with a diverse range of materials and across a wide spectrum of craft skills. Katalog will feature,
Supermarché Studio makes architecture inspired interior products and is a collaboration between Andrew Scrace, an architect, and graphic designer Aurélien Thomas.
Hokolo, founded in 2012 by Jen Taylor creates products featuring contemporary graphic prints and patterns inspired by Jen’s heritage of Hong Kong and London.
Studio Sanshea is a London based architectural and design studio established in 2011. Their paper sculptures are inspired by new technology and modern craftsmanship.
Oscar Francis is a London based studio, founded in 2013 by architect Sarah Evans, creating bold modern prints and patterns.
Set up by Swiss-born designer Nikki Kreis, Kreisdesign is a design and manufacturing studio specialising in home furnishings.
For the past five years Anny Ching Chin Hsieh has created contemporary, handmade sterling silver jewellery from her canal narrowboat in the UK.
Gosia Niedzwiedzka started making jewellery a few years ago. From her first soldered ring she was hooked and soon set up GN Jewellery making individual hand-crafted designs inspired by daily life.
AVA Jewellery by designer Anamaría V Acevedo, creates meaningful jewellery influenced by her architectural background and expressed through strong composition, form, and texture.