London Craft Week 2020: What To See And Buy

Buy something unique and magical for your home at London Craft Week in person or online. 

LCW launches today and offers the opportunity to find something special for your home, with more than 250 events across London involving 350-plus makers.

There are in-person exhibitions showing real objects to see and buy, as well as online options for those not able to get out and about.

Sarah Myerscough Gallery in Barnes taps into the current preoccupations with our homes and with nature in The Natural Room. Pieces are made from slow-grown, organic materials such as wood, jute, sisal, willow and stoneware, which are tactile, sensuous and often sweet smelling.

There’s willow seating by Laura Bacon, anthropomorphic sisal benches and tables by Fernando Laposse, sinuous wooden tile screens by Wycliffe Stutchbury and extraordinary wooden vessels by Nic Webb and Ernst Gamperl. The show is supplemented with a series of in-person maker talks.

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