Innovative Materials And Designs At LDF
As proud media partner to London Design Fair, and in celebration of our current Materials Issue, the team at Warehouse Home magazine have put together a small, curated selection of designers and exhibitors each who are applying materials, be they traditional or new, in a variety of innovative ways. We hope you are as excited to see them as we are!
Designer and Central Saint Martins graduate, Troels Flensted explores the potential of colour, manufacturing processes and material behaviours through his work. Minimal in form and with a genuine focus on material characteristics, Troels’ Poured bowls are of truly unique composition. See these acrylic creations in our Materials issue here!
Native & Co
Specialising in traditional crafts and contemporary tableware, Native & Co design and curate homeware direct from Japan and Taiwan. Porcelain, Glass and Copper, Native & Co work closely with specialist makers and designers to source simple, honest and pure objects.
Nathalia Mussi combines functional design with bold form and colour inspired by her Brazilian background. Architecture and Product design graduate Nathalia has been nominated for several awards for her innovative lighting and object designs.
Designers and makers of lighting, furniture and sculptural works Shane Holland Design Studio boast a diverse portfolio of elegant designs inspired by nature, forests, industry and the sea. Their products are thoroughly considered both aesthetically and functionally.
Janie Knitted Textiles
Established in 2005, Jane Withers and Michael Hammer use only natural fibres such as Merino wool, Linen and Cotton, each sourced entirely from the UK. Using a hand flat knitting machine, the design duo has created a striking collection of textiles, furnishings and fashion designs. We featured the Nipped-In light shade in Issue Four, see it here!
Katie Brown Design
A specialist in printed textiles, Katie Brown’s designs are inspired by an urban, industrial landscape. Subtle colour, natural fabrics and delicate line disguise ridged, structural form to create interesting and beautiful textiles. Katie created a bespoke collection of cushions for Issue Three, see them here!
Factory Twenty One
Designers of home accessories, Factory Twenty One create affordable, easily shipped and eco-friendly products inspired by a background in medieval furniture. Traditional manufacture mixed with modern process, the Factory Twenty One collection boasts a strong line up of lamp shades, coat hooks and clocks amongst so much more.
Forest + Found
Design partnership Forest & Found focus on sustainable crafts and material processes. Established by Max Bainbridge and Abigail Booth in 2014, they produce contemporary wooden objects and hand stitched textiles made from traditional applications and time-honoured processes.
Drawing inspiration from modern art and architecture, Objectry experiment with form and material with the intention of making basic objects interesting. Armed with a team of artisans and traditional craftspeople, duo Aanchal Goel and Sugandh Kumar have created a diverse portfolio of objects and homewares through the medium of wood.
Wild + Wood
UK based Wild + Wood create cast concrete clocks with granite aggregates sourced from a local quarry in Leicestershire. Simple and honest in design and materials, Wild + Wood offer a curated selection of homewares and shelving. Finishes include leather, oak and copper.
Launched in 2014, the studio behind The Ceramicists, lead by Stephanie Sommet specialise in bespoke ceramic design services that behold their philosophy of authenticity, simplicity and quality. Their latest collection is inspired by life in London; its diversity, its people, its lifestyles.
Objects, artworks and fine art prints, London based artist Antje Nixdorf creates unique yet minimal pieces through a variety of bespoke mediums. The name PASiNGA pays tribute to what she loves and is inspired by; Photography, Art, Design, and Architecture.
Public or Trade, don’t forget to register to attend London Design Fair between the 22nd and 25th of September! Visit the Warehouse Home Pop Up E-Shop and pick up your own copy of Warehouse Home Issue Four – the Materials Issue. Thinking of visiting on the 25th? Be sure to catch our editor Sophie Bush lead a panelled discussion on heritage and design! Register here for free!
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