New Designers 2016 London : From the upcoming edition of ” New Designers” in London during 29th june – 2nd July & 6th July to 9th July 2016 , here are some latest in fashion and designer products to watch out for this year. lets take a look at some creatively stunning pieces of art & furniture.
In Pictures : Charles Dedman’s Stools & Chair
Charles Dedman updates traditional cabinet making techniques for a contemporary market and Currently developing his Turner Carver range of furniture that incorporates turning and steamed bending.
In Pictures : Abigail Booth & Max Bainbridge (Forest-and-Found)
After graduating from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2013, Abigail Booth & Max Bainbridge built their own workshop in East London in 2015 to focus on their shared love of making and working with natural materials. Working with wood and textiles, Forest-and-Found combine traditional techniques with contemporary design to create products that celebrate craftsmanship and sustainability in the modern home.
In Pictures : Victoria Radcliffe
Contemporary design using traditional silversmithing techniques. This series of vessels that have been hand raised, spun or scored and folded. The handles are found stones which have been used as rock hammers to texture the vessels before being fixed to them to complete the design.
In Pictures : Samuel Bellamy, Moroccan Lamps cluster
In Pictures : Ellie Gooch (Eleanor Jane Jewellery) Eleanor Jane creates contemporary geometric wire jewellery in silver and gold plate. She is influenced by clean lines and structure, as well as architectural form. Eleanor Jane Exhibited as part of the Plymouth College of Art stand at Tent, London, which was part of London Design Week
In Pictures : Dovile Bertulyte (Dovile B. Jewellery) Dovile Bertulyte creates contemporary and bold jewellery combining unusual self developed silicone technique with traditional craftsmanship. Part of Cockpit Arts, signature style can be described as romantic – gothic or sometimes even playful.