Through a combination of recreational workshops and presentations that have been taking place during the last four months in our London showroom, we aimed to highlight the importance of our cultural values and long tradition and make visitors appreciate craftsmanship as much as we do.
Sharing experiences with One We Made Earlier Jewelry Workshop and Macramé by Kalicrame.
With talks, which we tagged ‘Chums&Design’, such as the one on Sustainability by Chris Webb from TP Bennett in which we learned how to give materials a second chance, the panel discussion ‘The Future of Bold Interiors’, moderated by the journalist Harry McKinley, with a diverse array of industry experts: Tina Norden (Conran & Partners), Dennis Park (Lievore + Altherr Désile Park Studio) and Justine Fox (Studio Justine Fox) in which the perennial question was addressed: is more always … more?
Riotous colour and ostentatious pattern are considered the foundation of audacious design, but what does it mean to use both effectively? And when it comes to interiors, can fearlessness and creativity also go hand-in-hand with restraint?
And some presentations like the one by Richard Bigg (member of the order “Caballeros del Vino”) & Scott Rominger (Head of Design at We Work) in which they showed us how to blend products and wine into interior design.
All of this with the objective of showing the passion, creativity, culture and mastery behind handcrafted objects.