New Design Britain invited some of its alumni to show and give an award to this years graduates. This year features Alexander Mueller, Liam Treanor, Hannah Stanton, Dan Schofield, James Harrison, Richard Bell and Cristiana Ionescu. In February the New Design Britain panel of expert judges selected a shortlist of 30 designers, 5 from each […]
If you pick up the latest copy of Homes & Antiques Magazine, you’ll find my work in the ‘Antiques of the Future’ spread. I am incredibly chuffed and thankful to Belinda Kelly for bringing the article into being and to Kaisha Fiszer for photographing and filming me and my work. If you would like to […]
Second Sitters were delighted to be part of the One Hundred Words, for Fiera issue 1. Our poem was written by Dave Clements and illustrated by Assa Ariyoshi. Fiera magazine was launched in December 2014 by Confessions of a Design Geek’s Katie Treggiden and magCulture’s Jeremy Leslie. Following a successfull Kickstarter campaign, the 168-page debut […]
Curated by Bridget Harvey, Michael Hurley, Karen Richmond and Maiko Tsutsumi. The Department of Repair explores (re)making through fixing, repairing and mending. The project reframes the theme of ‘repair’, exploring its identities and its potential as an environmentally/socially engaged practice. The project aims to create space for broader interpretations of repairing, fixing and/or mending practice, […]
Tent invited Second Sitters to host a project space at Tent this year. Here are a selection of images from the event which included live upholstery, materials exploration and an interactive piece the ’20 Centimes’ chair. Thank you to fellow Second Sitters, Polly Granville and Rachael South for taking part and keeping the spirits up […]
Hannah and Jude are currently working hard to bring together Second Sitters No.2. A live working upholstery event will be taking place during London Design Festival followed by an exhibition later in the year. To keep up to date will all things Second Sitters subscribe to on the website for updates and show invites.
My experience of Interiors was of course with the sprawling multi roomed space at the Birmingham NEC. For the launch of Interiors London, four exhibitions were condensed into one. The exhibition environment, by Ab Rogers design didn’t disappoint – dramatic use of colour , shape and open areas enticing you in. After a flight from […]