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London Design Week 2010

Can’t believe it’s London Design week again; time is passing so quickly! We have a few exciting things to tell you about this year.
We are having a London Launch of all our new Rugs upstairs at SCP (135 Curtain Road, East London). The Sundara Rug collection is a range of 5 designs using different techniques such as hand tufting, weaving and braiding. They are wonderfully textural and of course a feast of pattern and colour! Please visit www.scp.co.ukfor more information. So come along and see them in the flesh (or wool!)
18th – 26th of September
Also at SCP, ‘All Lovely Stuff’ are launching their range of unique household products. can’t wait to see that!
British furniture company Ercol are exbiting at Tent London
 I am delighted to collaborate with Ercol on a special peice for the show at Tent. No images to show yet as we’re still working on it, but we have created a giant knitted cover for the studio couch. It’s beautiful, hand made, soft and textural! The studio couch is one of my favourite peices from the Ercol collection originally designed in the 1950’s. and proud to say they are still being produced in their fantastic Buckinghamshire factory.
 I also have joined an exhibition called ‘What’s Mine is Yours,’ which has been kindly organized by Richard Shed.
 ‘What’s Mine is Yours’ is a collection of furniture, product, and graphic works which explore the shared domestic space between children and adults.

270 Hackney Road, London, E2 7SJ
Dates: 23th – 26th of September
Open: 10:00 to 19:00
For more information please visit http://whatsmineisyours.posterous.com/.

Enjoy design week!

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