Also see my Instagram posts here.


Over the coming weeks and months I will be showing work as part of the following exhibitions and events:


Sarah Myerscough Gallery selects international craft and design artists in a curated exhibition at 201 Bishopsgate, Broadgate during London Design Festival running from 4 Sep – 2 Nov. Craft and Contemporary Design ties together innovation and craftsmanship across a range of woodworking practices, investigating craft’s crucial role in today’s contemporary design discourse.

Christian Burchard (USA) Helen Carnac (UK) Ernst Gamperl (Germany) David Gates (UK) Zaha Hadid (UK) Eleanor Lakelin (UK) Peter Marigold (UK) Gareth Neal (UKJim Partridge (UK) Michael Peterson (USA)  Marc Ricourt (France)  Nic Webb (UK)

Meet the designers: David Gates, Eleanor Lakelin and Gareth Neal:  Monday 16th October from 12 – 14pm 

To attend please RSVP to florence@sarahmyerscough.com 



The British Council UK Pavillion at the Cheongju International Biennale, Cheongju, South Korea. 13/9/2017 – 22/10/2017.

More information on the Crafts Council website.


Future Heritage curated by Corinne Julius at Decorex 17th 20th September.

More information here.

PAD London 2017

Venue: Berkeley Square W1 London

Opening hours: 
Monday 2 October – Collectors Preview: 11am-8pm
Tuesday 3 October – VIP Opening: 11am-8pm
Wednesday 4 to Saturday 7 October: 11am-8pm
Sunday 8 October: 11am-6pm

PAD website



Salon Art + Design NYC

9 – 13 Nov Park Avenue Armory, NYC

Salon website



Craftwork as Problem Solving. Ethnographic Studies of Design and Making. Edited by Trevor H. J. Marchand.

Authored chapter: From ‘In Our Houses’ to ‘The Tool at Hand’: breaching normal procedural conditions in studio furniture making.

Published January 2016.



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