Home Sweet Home: Contemporary British Design for the Home
Fearless, imaginative and entrepreneurial – young designers are riding a wave of creativity in Britain. Home Sweet Home is an exhibition of innovative furnishings for the home. The work selected covers all aspects of design including furniture, lighting, textiles, ceramics, glassware, metalwork and plastics. This is a major exhibition organised by the British Council, featuring work by 70 of Britain’s most outstanding designers.
Designers: Michael Anastassiades, Nicholas Arroyave-Portela, Ron Arad, Jane Atfield, Shin and Tomoko Azumi, Ralph Ball, Helen Banzhaf, Barber Osgerby (Boa), Deborah Bowness and Nicola Girolami, Victoria Bryan, Bullen.Pijja, Marianne Buus, Helen Carnac, David Chipperfield, David Clarke, Nigel Coates, Sophie Cook, Dominic Crinson, Bob Crooks, Amy Cushing, Melanie Darwin, Caroline Dent, Edmund de Waal, Stephen Dixon, Tom Dixon, Thomas Eisl, El Ultimo Grito, Steven Follen, Gillies Jones, Konstantin Grcic, Jessie Higginson, Matthew Hilton, Belinda Hornsey, Rachael Howard, Inflate, Walter Jack, Jam, Tavs Jorgensen, Kappa Lambda Rugs, Chris Keenan, Tracy Kendall, Chris Knight, Little + Collins, Mary Little, Jeremy Lord, Kate Malone, Li Marhaban, Michael Marriott, Sharon Marston, Jennie Moncur, Jasper Morrison, David Oliver, Sue Pryke, Santos and Adolfsdottir, Michael Sodeau, Ruth Spaak, Bodo Sperlein, Rupert Spira, Andrew Stafford, Jhan Stanley, Simon Stevens, Hans Stofer, Jasia Szerszynska, Janice Tchalenko, Timorous Beasties, Wallace Sewell, Lois Walpole, William Warren, Michelle Wild, Helen Yardley, Michael Young.