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LONDON CRAFT WEEK & PIMLICO ROAD

LCW Lates: The Pimlico Road Edition

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Open house
11 May 2022, 18:00 - 20:00

VENUE INFORMATION

Multiple venues on Pimlico Road

LCW Lates: The Pimlico Road Edition

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FREE

Go behind the scenes on Pimlico Road for an exclusive opportunity to explore the world-renowned boutiques and studios after hours. Make your way between each venue to meet the designers behind the brands, experience live demonstrations from their master craftspeople and discover the inspirations behind their new collections. In association with World of Interiors.

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Go behind the scenes on Pimlico Road for an exclusive opportunity to explore the world-renowned boutiques and studios after hours. Make your way between each venue to meet the designers behind the brands, experience live demonstrations from their master craftspeople and discover the inspirations behind their new collections, in association with The World of Interiors.  See below more information about the participating showrooms.

Register for a free ticket to visit participating showrooms and enjoy a glass of amie rosé wine.

At 88 Gallery, discover handwoven works by Margo Selby, an artist and designer working with colour and geometric form in woven textiles. Meet Margo and hear about her approach to colour and design, her handweaving practice and the lampas technique.  88 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8PL.

Chelsea Textiles’ team of master craftspeople have travelled to London especially for London Craft Week. They will be demonstrating their skill in hand embroidery, including pattern drawing by hand, pinning and transferring designs from paper to fabric.  40-42, Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP.

Meet artist, Nic Webb who will in the showroom at de Le Cuona alongside his pop-up exhibition of sculptures. Hear about his use of natural materials and how he combines traditional skills with experimental processes to create unique pieces that explore the drama of material.   44 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP.

Visit PINCH to meet the founders, Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon, and discover more about the craftsmanship and processes behind their furniture and lighting products. Ceramicist Sarah Maingot will also be present to discuss her pop-up exhibition ‘Be Still’, on view at the showroom during London Craft Week.  200 Ebury Street,  SW1W 8UN.

At Robert Kime, see the newly designed showroom whilst meeting with Robert and the team, who will be giving insight into their products and design process.  190-192 Ebury Street, SW1W 8UP.

From 6.30pm, Robertaebasta London hosts Caterina Licitra-Ponti for an event dedicated to the great master of Italian design, Gio Ponti. Caterina, Ponti’s great-granddaughter and associate at Lisa Ponti Archives, joins Mattia Maurizio Martinelli, Robertaebasta’s general director, to discuss the life and legacy of a man who greatly influenced the realm of design and architecture, both in Italy and abroad.  85 Pimlico Road,  SW1W 8PH.

The Edward Barnsley Workshop launches the second in a new series of Easy Chairs at London Craft Week in collaboration with Soane Britain. Drop by Soane’s Pimlico Road showroom to meet the team and see the one-of-a-kind model of the Easy Chair on display.  50-52 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP

Explore Cox London‘s new showroom at 46 Pimlico Road and hear about the inspirations behind their latest collections, in the company of co-founder Chris Cox.  46 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP.

Brian Turner has created handmade trimmings for some of the UK’s most prestigious interiors including Buckingham Palace, Hampton Court, Chatsworth, Windsor Castle and Goodwood. Visit Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler to meet Brian and see his pop-up exhibition of handcrafted trimmings, alongside demonstrations of how these exquisite designs are made.  89-91 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8PH.

To celebrate the 45 year anniversary of Collier Webb, explore an exciting new exhibition which showcases three films and a soundscape which give a glimpse into the life of their Sussex Foundry. Some of the team from Eastbourne will be there on the night to talk through their craft processes. 68 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LS.

Discover the Drifter Light at Ochre, an elongated, linear pendant hand-carved in oak by traditional British cricket bat makers, and hear about the inspirations behind its design.  22-24 Pimlico Road,  SW1W 8LJ.

Visit Howe at 36 Bourne Street to meet local textile artist Gaia Di Paola and explore her pop-up studio where she has been creating hand-painted and embroidered cushions, lampshades and interior pieces with Howe textiles, both old and new.  36 Bourne Street, SW1W 8JA.

While at Bonadea, discover the Vienna Vibes exhibition and meet Johannes Rath of the iconic Viennese design house Lobmeyr.  20 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LJ.

Image credit: Chelsea Textiles, London Craft Week 2021, Dan Weill Photography

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