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Shoreditch Design Triangle Pop-Up, 14th-20th September

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To celebrate the autumn edition of Shoreditch Design Triangle and to coincide with this year’s London Design Festival, we’ve taken over a vacant retail space at 33 Redchurch Street.

Open to everyone from the 14th to the 20th of September, I’ll be unveiling the latest additions to my Abstract Assembly collection of one-off sculptures, furniture and objects in an installation called An Unexpected Turn of Events.

The Abstract Assembly pieces on display – including chairs, mirrors and sculptures – have been produced slowly and carefully over the past year, from colourfully hand-painted Douglas fir and other reclaimed woods bearing the scars of their previous lives.

Alongside Abstract Assembly, we’re also unveiling two new woollen rugs produced in collaboration with Spanish brand Lorena Canals. United by our shared passion for wool, the rugs bring together my bold, colourful signature designs with Canals’ two decades of experience in artisan rug-making.

You’ll also be able to shop my new Autumn / Winter collection in-store at 10% off the regular prices, and enjoy a coffee from local baristas Second Shot Coffee, a Bethnal Green-based business who are helping to support the homeless while serving some of London’s best coffee.

Special thanks to Rebecca Collings and Lee Mitchell of onRedchurch for providing the space at such short notice. They’re also doing a great job of representing local makers and designers through their Cabinet of Curiosities window installation, on display along Redchurch Street for the duration of London Design Festival.

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