The Pimlico Road Design District in Belgravia presents the Pimlico Road Series for London Craft Week 2021.

A fraternity of world-class craftspeople, artisans, curators and makers, the Pimlico Road Design District is the apex of inspiring design and best-in-class interiors. From sculptors to woodworkers, embroidery to antiques, textiles to crystals, Pimlico Road is a melting pot and meeting place for craft and design. Pimlico Road is unique in that not only will you find the eponymous brands of world-renowned designers on the street, but also the designers themselves, resulting in a creative neighbourhood where every shop window tells a different story of style, inspiration and exceptional craft.

Located in elegant Belgravia, Pimlico Road has long been a destination for brands who cater for the discerning shopper, interior designer and collector. The neighbourhood maintains a uniquely village feel while being a short walk from Knightsbridge, Sloane Square and Victoria stations.

The Pimlico Road Series for London Craft Week features showcases the design district as home to many of the world’s most renowned design brands, with inspiring talks and panels, interactive workshops and fascinating demonstrations with the makers themselves. Stop by for exhibitions at Colefax & Fowler and Soane, rug restoration at Robert Kime, talks and cocktails at Chelsea Textiles, new collection showcases at de Le Cuona and Ochre, film and photography exhibited at COX London, talks and tablescaping workshops at Bonadea, demonstrations at Collier Webb from their master craftsman, and workshops and events exploring the traditional crafts of harvest at Daylesford.

Elsewhere in Belgravia, Motcomb Street is home to an exhibition space showcasing Tasmanian designer Brodie Neill’s sustainable approach to material and craft through the innovation of Hydrowood, as well as ‘Outside In: Natural Materials in Contemporary Design and Art’ a new exhibition from Broken Beauty by Sarah Myerscough Gallery. There are also Japanese cocktail and sake masterclasses at Pantechnicon to celebrate the UK launch of Sghr glassware, while Maison Corthay’s craftsmen are holding demonstrations, performing glaçage and patina techniques on the brand’s handmade shoes. Wander to Eccleston Yards to see live dressmaking and hand marbling in cult fashion pop-up, The Daily Dress Edit.

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