FLIGHTING is a new Portuguese brand; it is a project that develops and creates decorative objects (mainly lighting), original, of quality, almost 100% manual, including author's pieces and limited editions.

FLIGHTING produces small or large pieces, as a result of the modular...Read more


Porventura is a Portuguese brand brought to you by Filipe Ventura, at the intersection of national and global design.

Born in 2017, it has been reinventing traditional lines ever since. With a touch of whimsical, it challenges people's notions of routine actions: to sleep, sit, eat or...Read more


Paulo Sellmayer and João Marcão are Vicara. They pride themselves on quality design brought to you by a network of designers and local producers. Based in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal, and surrounded by a thriving group of small manufacturers that work closely with their team of designers. ...Read more

Nicolas Hernandez

Nicolas is a designer from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, having dedicated more than 25 years to jewellery making and the design of small-scale objects.

"My work has a special emphasis on design and is characterized by a constant search for new shapes through experimentation...Read more

Laurent Peacock

Within 3 years, contemporary furniture designer and maker Laurent Peacock has amassed four prestigious awards for his striking collections, including a coveted Bespoke Guild Mark. Fusing custom made surfaces and unexpected materials combinations to his fine bespoke cabinetry, Laurent produces...Read more

Unit 3

From the founders of Baines & Fricker is Unit 3, a collection of unique and limited edition furniture and home accessories. Fusing traditional woodworking craftsmanship with illustration and textiles, Unit 3's launch collection will debut at the London Design Festival, September '19....Read more

Nell Beale

Use of strong colour is key to the beauty of Coucou Manou’s designs. Designer and maker Nell Beale says, “I love pattern and colour. More and more I seem to use the pieces I design as canvasses. Colour has always been hugely important to me throughout my life, from the clothes that I picked as a...Read more


After spending three years in Rio de Janeiro, Margarida e Rui have returned to Portugal in 2016 and created MUSGO.

In their studio, installed in a restored dairy, they design a range of furniture, with their lamps grabbing the limelight.

During their execution, the designers use...Read more

Sascha Lobe

Sascha Lobe is a graphic designer working at the intersection of architecture and graphic design. Prior to joining Pentagram as a partner in 2018, Lobe was founder and lead creative director at L2M3; where his work encompassed wayfinding systems, signage and identity projects for some of the...Read more

Blott Kerr-Wilson

Growing up in North Wales, Blott Kerr-Wilson began her career in shells when she created her first interior in her council flat bathroom in south east London. From here she won the ‘Design a Room’ competition run by The World of Interiors, which helped to launch her into a world of travel,...Read more

Spriha Chokhani

Spriha Chokhani is an explorer of Paper. She has been experimenting with paper waste since 2010. After graduating from Srishti institute of Art, design and technology, India in 2010, she further studied pottery.

Her studio researches and experiments with local and sustainable practices to...Read more

Kobi Levi

Design and shoes have been Kobi Levi's passion since his childhood in Tel Aviv, Israel. His first shoe designs were created during his high school days. They were made from cardboard back then. Following his passion, in 2001 he graduated from Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design, Jerusalem....Read more

Liz Ciokajlo

Liz Ciokajlo is a footwear designer, educator and researcher bringing years of experience working as a product, furniture and fashion accessories designer to her practice and company OurOwnSkin.

The aim of the work is to bring a fresh look at how materials and technologies can underpin...Read more

Tabitha Ringwood 

Tabitha Ringwood is a bespoke footwear designer, obsessed by the history of objects that have lived, firmly believing that an object’s value is persistently enhanced over time.

Her shoes explore the sense of touch through a variety of recycled materials and textures, encouraging...Read more

Daniel Charkow 

Daniel Charkow is an emerging shoemaker and designer who combines art and technology with traditional shoe making techniques.

His appreciation for hand-tooling and sustainability are key features in his designs as seen in his iconic Chair Shoe made from a discarded chair found on the side...Read more

Jackie Leggett

The designer/maker behind Jackie Loves Clogs, Jackie Leggett reworks the traditional British clog, pushing the designs forward by making them colourful and contemporary. Her work pays homage to her Great Grandfather; a clog maker in Maryport Cumbria.

Growing up around her father’s shoe...Read more

Margo Selby

Margo Selby is a textile artist making visionary and singular pieces on a 24 shaft dobby loom. She has created new large scale hand woven artworks VEXILLUM I, II and III, designed to be shown as an immersive triptych.

These works are both painterly and sculptural, operating as object...Read more

Charlotte Couttie

Charlotte Couttie is a designer based in London, originally from New Zealand. Charlotte is interested in a broad range of materials and textures, which are the driving force behind her designs. Her love of colour, and for the handmade imperfections that craft practise creates – is what...Read more

Kate Lewis

Kate Lewis is an internationally renowned textile designer for major global fashion houses such as Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs (to name a mere few). In addition to her textile work, Kate also creates fine art and her first solo show launched in June 2019, titled 'The News Pressed'...Read more

Louise Heighes

With a masters in textile design from Central Saint Martins, Louise Heighes continues to have a successful career as a textile designer for global fashion brands Chanel, Nike, Louis Vuitton to name a few. For 2020, Louise is launching her collection of crafted leather art works to private...Read more