Future Heritage returns to Decorex International 2015

Following the success of last year's exhibition, Decorex has announced the return of Future Heritage - a showcase of Britain's leading artists and makers.
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Decorex International is kicking off this year's London Design Festival. The four-day event is returning to Syon Park with 400 exhibitors launching new collections.

After a successful debut last year, the Future Heritage section will be returning to the show. It offers a guide to some of today's most important British craftsmen - from award-winning designer Max Lamb and silversmith David Clarke, to glass artist Andrea Wals and design studio Raw Edges - each handpicked by leading contemporary applied arts and design critic Corinne Julius, and some producing work especially for the show. 
Glass artists: work will be on display by makers such as Louis Thompson and Hanne Enemark

The theme for Decorex International 2015, 'the future of luxury', will be explored by Future Heritage through examining the commissioning process - considered by many to be the ultimate in luxury. 

The artists are "working at the most creative, innovative and crucially, intellectually rigorous end of their disciplines", says Julius. 

"Each one is available to work to commission, and through their highly personal exploration of materials and process produces extremely collectable work." 
Turning tables: handblown glass vessels encase and support turned wooden cones in Hunting & Narud’s Apex Tables
  • Future Heritage at Decorex International 2015: 20 - 23 September (open to the general public on 22 September from 10am to 7pm)
  • Syon Park, London. Tickets cost £15 for trade, £30 for consumer. Visit: www.decorex.com.

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