Cox London celebrates the wide spectrum of traditional crafts housed in their London workshops. Among them are forged-iron, cast bronze, lead and silver soldering, mould making, wax working, plaster casting, gilding and hand patination techniques.
Throughout London Craft Week, they exhibit a brand new body of work in their Pimlico showroom that celebrates these processes and hold a discussion championing craft. A combination of backgrounds come together to discuss why craft matters and the importance of keeping traditional techniques alive. Cox London is joined by Max Rollitt, an interior designer and antiques dealer with experience and appreciation of furniture making.
This conversation will be pre-recorded and released on the London Craft Week website at 6:00pm.
‘Nicola and Christopher Cox have made that rare transition from makers to designers and now do both. Craftspeople aren’t always blessed with an eye for design but they are both excellent. The attention to detail in their pieces is phenomenal. They have a lovely aesthetic and a lightness of touch that historically is very difficult to achieve when working with materials such as metal and glass.’
– Max Rollit
EVENT DETAILS1 October 2020 18:00 - 20:00
194 Ebury Street
020 3328 9506