Anyone with an interest in textiles will love this exhibition, below is a little bit more information about the event:
Handmade Interiors (in association with Handmade in Britain) is very excited to announce the forthcoming exhibition – IPEK (which means silk in Turkish) as part of their initiative to promote and support Contemporary Designer-makers. Handmade Interiors will host the exhibition in their Cheshire Street store, showcasing ‘one off’ or limited edition pieces designed by British and Turkish textiles and fashion artists. The pieces will be available for purchase during the exhibition. As the name suggests the designers will draw inspiration from eastern influences and the products on show will range from fashion accessories to soft furnishings and interiors products made in silk. The exhibition will run alongside our permanent product ranges of contemporary design art ceramics, exclusive home textiles and interior accessories. The exhibition opens on 11th March with a private view from 6.00 – 9.00pm. The exhibition runs until 28th March (opening hours 11.00 – 6.00pm).
Established by Indian textile designer, Piyush Suri and Turkish interior designer, Burcu Akin in October 2008, Handmade Interiors is an exciting new collaboration between “Handmade in Britain” and “Orientum” which offers natural, handmade and contemporary ethical home and personal accessories and new and vintage lifestyle products.
Following the successful launch of its gallery on Cheshire Street, Handmade Interiors has recently introduced an eco-friendly, contemporary interior design service ranging from “Room Styling and Consultancy” to “Total Interior Design and Project Management”. Handmade Interiors brings together indigenous handcrafts and contemporary design in unique and affordable way with a focus on fair trade practices in the field of interior design.
IPEK – THE STORY OF SILK
Dates: 11th – 28th March 2010
Venue: Handmade Interiors, 10 Cheshire Street, London E2 6EH