Shadow fabric for Kvadrat and Wednesday Light are included in Bud to Bloom, a Crafts Council Collection Exhibition, developed in partnership with Forty Hall & Estate, Enfield Council.
Opening on 4 May at Forty Hall & Estate, it will run until 7 July 2013.
Bud to Bloom presents contemporary craft works inspired by the natural world and life cycle of plants, selected from the Crafts Council Collection. The shapes, patterning, colours and materials of the works in Bud to Bloom have been influenced by plants, flowers and fruit, in playful, creative and experimental ways. Works include delicate textiles, intricate sculptural objects and beautiful ceramics from leading UK makers and artists.
Lucy and Tord share a passion for nature's beauty, flowers and creatures. By collaborating at the show this year, it will bring together their complementary bodies of work which include motifs from flora and fauna with a contemporary form language and clarity.
Lucy is a regular exhibitor at the Flower Show with her outdoor sculpture, wall panels and fountains. This year she will be introducing her new range of sculpture in cold cast bronze. As Tord's first year at the show, he will showcase his garden furniture, tableware and vases to a new audience.
Come and see us at stand number PW25 from 21 to 25 May 2013 at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, The Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London SW3 4SL.
Launched earlier this month during Euroluce in Milan, Stellar Doma is our new chandelier for Swarovski. Featuring the Stardust pattern, made up of more than 2,000 crystals and our classic Blossom pattern, each crystal is set by hand inside the dome shell.
Recently launched by Formani during Internationale BouwBeurs, a fair for the construction sector in The Netherlands, the main product in the Fold series is the innovative door handle, which has done away with the rosette (the plate affixed to the door to disperse the pressure) and ‘neck’ of a conventional door handle.
Also consisting of locks and other handles, see more on the series here
For the launch of the The Enchanting Tree, we worked with Atelier de Forge Robert & Robert, with whom we collaborated with for our Fig Leaf wardrobe, to develop the large scale Flute Tree. Presented in March at the Saatchi Gallery, London, guests were invited to take a glass of Perrier-Jouët champagne from the branches of the tree.
See more on the Flute Tree installation here
Presenting our collaboration with Perrier-Jouët, which launched at a prestigious event at Saatchi Gallery, London, at the start of Spring, The Enchanting Tree reinvents the gesture of champagne in which each participant plucks a flute from the tree.
See more on The Enchanting Tree here