Incise Paintings by PELLE

The Incise Paintings introduce lighting into the context of a canvas to create a provocative objet d’art.  This unique installation is inspired by Lucio Fontana’s technique of deliberately cutting into his canvases to reveal unseen spaces. Drawing on Fontana’s impactful works, the Incise Paintings inset pearlescent lights within apertures in apainted canvas, illuminating the textured

Olivia Aspinall

Olivia Aspinall has been experimenting with surface design since her time at Central Saint Martins. Upon leaving the prestigious arts school she founded a Nottingham based studio in 2015 and has gone on to work on a number of bespoke projects. These have given her the opportunity to perfect the creation of her terrazzo slabs into durable yet decorative pieces that can offer an alternative to conventional stone, tile and cast surfaces.

Jill Senft

Berlin-based artist Jill Senft has developed an easily recognisable graphical style in her practice of painting wobbling characters into the funniest and most absurd scenarios. Her most recent project has been the creation of ‘Treemendous’, a new zine which couples the artist’s tree-based fascination with her quintessential humour. The zine is filled with her plumped-up characters and delightfully bright coloured palettes to depicted a different tree related scene on each page.

Vanda Jacintho

Brazilian designer and former fashion editor Vanda Jacintho has just launched her High Summer collection. Jacintho draws on her childhood in Brazil to create statement jewellery with intriguing architectural dimensions, echoing the tropical surroundings of her family’s farm in the Pantanal wetlands region. Brazilian colours emanate from the her iconic graphic printed dresses, the combination of striking colours and fine materials with avant-garde details create chic, effortless pieces with a summer-inspired twist.

The Cabin of 3D Printed Curiosities

Emerging Objects is a studio that specialises in innovations in 3D printing architecture and building components. The Cabin of 3D Printed Curiosities brings many of Emerging Object’s material, software, and hardware experiments together to demonstrate the architectural potential of additive manufacturing on a weather-tight, structurally sound building.

Hilary Mayo

London based ceramic artist Hilary Mayo specialises in hand building techniques, focusing on the vessel form, texture and surface decoration. The sculptural pieces that Mayo creates are constructed with finely rolled slabs of stoneware clay. Subtly manipulated walls form a canvas on which multiple layers of glaze, oxide or stain are applied resulting in a unique finish to every piece.

The Metallics Kitchen

Charlie Smallbone stands out amongst his contemporaries as one of the leading kitchen designers, celebrated for designing highly functional spaces to cook, live and entertain. His latest design collaboration is with deVOL for the Chelsea Flower Show has resulted in The Metallics Kitchen Collection which brings beautiful complexity to life, with no fear of experiment using nothing but the finest, most unusual, natural materials.

Joseph FW19

At the end of last year Susana Clayton was announced as the next creative director of British brand Joseph. In her first collection for the house, she embraced the brand’s origins and realigned them with the founder’s vision, creating a balance between fashion and a timeless wardrobe of luxury essentials.

The Unfinished Paintings of Charles Rosenthal

Axel Vervoordt Gallery presents the complete cycle of paintings created in 1999 showing the room installation of white constructions, which are elements from the last proposed unfinished exhibition by Kabakov avatar and invented character Charles Rosenthal. Conceived as part of the large body of works within the oeuvre, The Alternative History Of Art – The Unfinished

KODA House

The KODA House provides a new way of thinking about how we can live our lives through prefabricated modular architecture, in the face of UK’s housing crisis. This 25-square-metre micro house was conceived by Kodasema, and aims to instigate a movement of self-built architecture that encourages better use of empty land plots.