Catch the conveyor on KingÂ´s Road before it heads back to Gothenburg.
All things must come to an end and we are now packing up the exhibition in Tottenham Court Road. Lots of people have enjoyed the conveyor, the crazy ceramics and the little window on the end explaining the whole process.
Did you miss the show? We are happy to announce that the small conveyor will be on display in the window at Heal’s store in King’s Road for another couple of weeks. So get yourself over to Chelsea!
Modern Craft ends today but the good news is that Heals is keeping a shortened version of our installation for one extra week, so get your kids down there to show them some magic during half term!
The exhibition is now open at Heal’s Tottenham Court Road. Walk past the process display and learn all about it! Or if you can’t take a stroll down a central London street, check out the Heal’s window video on YouTube
We are proud to announce that our F4-series was voted one of the best products at London Design Festival 2013 in partnership with CultureLabel.com! Our products are now entitled to use the new Design25 Kitemark on packaging and retail POS.
The winners were selected by a combination of public voting and our expert panel of Henrietta Thompson (Editor at Large, Wallpaper*), Max Fraser (Deputy Director, LDF) and Peter Tullin (Co-founder, CultureLabel). Competition was tough, and debate fierce, but yours was chosen as one of the 25 best products from the 2013 festival.
All winning designs can be viewed here.
Announcing the new generation of pieces in our F4-series. These are developed for the Heal’s Discover Modern Crafts Market and are stamped SD14. Available to buy at Heal’s 3-16 feb. There will be 3 sizes of candlesticks, cake stands, electric lamp stands and tea lights in a multitude of shapes and colours.
Come and see us at the opening party 6th February 6-9 pm. RSVP here!
By invitation of Heal’sÂ ‘the home of modern and contemporary designer furniture’ we are doing a window display for their showcase of Modern craft in February 2014. Heal’s is located on 196 Tottenham Court Road in central London and has a beautiful 30 meter long window dating 1854.Â
We are developing the F4-series, with some help from Yoyo Ceramics, and will do our longest conveyor belt so far! Â Â
3-16 February 2014
We will be exhibiting in the Boiler room (Pannrummet) at Konstepidemin, GÃ¶teborg in April 2014! Visit the old mental institution turned art center up on the hill. Many Swedish artists have their studios here, and they curate exhibitions throughout the year.
4 April – 5 May 2014
Galleri Konstepidemin is an artist-run art scene that consists of several exhibition spaces with different characters. The main gallery shows contemporary art in a gallery space of 155 sq.m. Two other spaces offer an atmosphere that calls for experimental and site specific artworks: Bergrummet/the Cave room, is a stone walled valve. Pannrummet/the Boiler room, is a cellar room. The outside area also offers possibilities for experimental art to grow. Important for the exhibition programme is diversity.
We never do anything by halves which is why we arrived at this years London Design Festival with a 10m long conveyor with our new collection of customizable ceramic products.