Organised by theme, each tour concentrates on a specific area of the city offering the opportunity to connect directly with the makers, artists, curators and founders behind our 2020 programme and acquire an in-depth understanding of their practice. The tours, which are bespoke and limited to 5 guests, begin from around 10am and end by 4pm, which include a lunch break. A detailed daily itinerary will be shared on registration or can be requested by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
At the Intersection of Design and Craft
The tour takes you from Belgravia to Pimlico with highlights including: a private pot throwing demonstration by Gregory Tingay of Studio Pottery; an exclusive guided visit of the Tanner Krolle townhouse and lunch; and an exploration into artisan skills and sustainability at Daylesford, Pimlico.
The British Craft Edit
Moving through St James’s and Mayfair, this tour offers a private curator led-tour of 300 Objects – an inaugural exhibition for modern day patrons. Other highlights include private visits to join artists, makers and curators at Floris London and at Future Icons 2020 location in the historic Burlington Arcade.
Inspired by Nature
This final tour takes you from the Han Collection in Fitzrovia, where you will have access to a private tour at jaggedart and the Contemporary Applied Art galleries in Marylebone for an exploration into the dialogue between materials, artworks and the viewer.