Kostas Lambridis (Greece, 1988), lives and works in Athens. After graduating from the School of Engineering, Department of Product and Systems Design Engineering of the University of the Aegean at Syros, in the Cyclades archipelago, he moved to the Netherlands to work in the studio of Nacho Carbonell, gaining important work experience over a span of eight years.
Jacqueline Rabun’s poetic approach to design has resulted in the phenomenal impact of her jewellery creations worldwide.
The internationally renowned American jeweller seeks to illustrate the human experience through the medium of jewellery. Her signature approach combines fluid forms with concepts exploring philosophy and spirituality.
Gareth Mason is a potter of thirty-five years’ standing and exhibits internationally. His first solo exhibition in America was in February 2011. Entitled ‘Other Forces’, it was held at Jason Jacques Gallery in Manhattan and began a long-standing professional relationship, continuing in the August 2022 solo exhibition, ‘Wild Clay’.
Marcin Rusak (born in 1987, Warsaw, Poland) is an artist and multidisciplinary designer interested in ideas of value, ephemerality and aesthetics. Specializing in storytelling, process and material investigation his work often incorporates research, object and installation as well as visual creations to explore overlooked details of our lives which recreated and re-imagined are shown again in a different light.
HARRY NURIEV (b. 1984) is a New York and Paris-based artist, architect and interior furniture designer as well as the founder and creative director of Crosby Studios, an interior architecture and design studio established in 2014. Nuriev’s creative practice spans a broad range, including immersive environments, virtual installations, public spaces and object design.
French designer Martin Laforêt was born in July 1991. Raised in Paris but now living in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Laforêt creates objects and furniture. His work does not follow any specific course of conduct, yet one can easily discover his overall use of techniques and interest in materials.
We founded our first gallery space in an old carpenter’s workshop in Chelsea. Initially selling paintings, we soon realised that this was a crowded market and needed to find our “thing”.Learn More
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