Decorex 2015: Future Heritage

Who of you was already presence at the show of Decorex International, in London, UK?

Well, Decorex offers the opportunity to see the definitive guide to today’s most important designer makers and the  names to collect in British craft this year. The Future Heritage presents an exceptional selection of today’s leading makers, and the prestigious design critic Corrine Julius is the expert voice behind the Decorex Future Heritage feature at this year’s show. With an inspirational passion for contemporary crafts and design, and an established career spanning both journalism and interior design, Corinne is a revered figure within design collecting circles.

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See the next generation of luxury craft in one place this September:

Moritz Waldemeyer | Moritz Waldemeyer is an internationally renowned designer based in London. His work occupies a diverse range of creative spaces, from art and product design through to fashion and entertainment.

In 2004 he made his debut into the design world with an interactive chandelier for Swarovski and Ron Arad.

Ming for Play of Brilliants
Moritz Waldemeyer  Decorex 2015: Future Heritage Moritz Waldemeyer

Revolution for Wallpaper Handmade
Revolution for Wallpaper Handmade  Decorex 2015: Future Heritage Revolution for Wallpaper Handmade

Chenbo Shi | ‘Aliens from the Undergrowth” is a collection of papier mâché furniture by Chinese designer Chenbo Shi. Inspired by the morphology and construction of different insects, these distinctive furniture pieces create a cultural identity for nature, intended for contemporary urban interiors and social spaces.

Beetle Shelf
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Center Table
Centre-Table-1  Decorex 2015: Future Heritage Centre Table 1

Katharine Morling | Katharine Morling is an award-winning artist working in the medium of ceramics. She set up her studio in 2003 and has since gained international acclaim for her work.

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Katharine creates sculptures in porcelain in her signature monochromatic aesthetic. Each piece on the surface, an inanimate object, is inspired by Katharine’s personal narrative. The work is made fired without glaze accentuating the ‘drawn’ quality of the work.

Poison Pen
Katharine-Morling-Poison-pen,-image-by-Jamie-Trounce-copyright-Cockpit-Arts  Decorex 2015: Future Heritage Katharine Morling Poison pen image by Jamie Trounce copyright Cockpit Arts
poison-pen-Katharine-Morling--photo-credit-Stephen-Brayne  Decorex 2015: Future Heritage poison pen Katharine Morling photo credit Stephen Brayne

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