Celebrate exceptional craftmanship at London Craft Week, a city-wide festival featuring a curated programme of events. In Mayfair, events include panel discussions, craft workshops, sculpture exhibitions and talks. 

Craft in Context: How Landscape and identity inspire Scottish craft at Mount St. Restaurant

Join the Fife Arms as they host a panel discussion at Mount St. Restaurant exploring the themes of nature and place in Scottish craft.

Moderated by Hugo Macdonald of Bard, a shop that celebrates the best of Scottish craft, the event brings together three talented makers who each have a deep connection with the landscape. 

Textile designer Araminta Campbell created the Fife Arms tartan and tweed; Horn carver Gareth Guy of McLean of Braemar uses antlers collected from Highland estates to create beautiful, collectable pieces; and accessories designer Iseabal Hendry creates accessories from woven leatherwork. 

The focus of their conversation is the Scottish landscape through the changing seasons — how it inspires and informs their craft — as well as the challenges and pleasure to be had in harnessing the bounty of nature without damaging or diminishing it. 

The discussion lasts for one hour, followed by an audience Q&A and individual demonstrations and conversations with the makers.

Date: 15 May, 10am to 11.30am and 3pm to 4.30pm 

Venue: The Scottish Room, Mount St. Restaurant

Ticket price: £10

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A Celebration of Indian Craft at Bamford

Explore the intricacies of Indian craft across textile creation, natural dyes and embroidery at this intimate workshop at Bamford

Every season, Bamford collaborates with a series of makers to support local craftspeople in its commitment to championing slower methods of production. This year, Bamford is celebrating the longevity of its Indian partnerships by bringing to life the crafts of non-profit initiative Nila and hand-weaving clothing brand Injiri.

Date: 16 May, 5pm to 7pm 

Venue: Bamford, 62 South Audley Street, W1K 2QN 

Ticket price: £60

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In Bloom at Browns Fashion

Visit Browns’ boutique-wide exhibition unearthing the roots of two artists’ explorations of spring themes in full bloom. 

On display is James Shaw’s “Plastic Baroque” which challenges the notion of waste, and intricate sculptures by Elodie Blanchard, the master of harmonious textile artistry who breathes new life into discarded fabrics.

Journey throughout the curated spaces spanning three floors to discover the captivating artworks echoing the reinvigorating narratives of the new season’s sartorial updates. 

Date: 13-18 May, 10.30am to 6.30pm 

Location: Browns Fashion, 39 Brook Street, W1K 4JE

Ticket price: Free. No need to book tickets. 

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Omorovicza x DB Ceramic

Join Omorovicza co-founder Margaret de Heinrich and DB CERAMIC founder Deborah Brett as they delve into their respective careers, and reveal how innovation, craftsmanship, and curiosity impacts their creative disciplines and inspires them.

See the unveiling of Deborah’s new collection of sculptures, each one inspired by the materials, colours and textures used within Omorovicza’s Institute. The pieces are handmade within her London studio using signature glazes and layered onto speckled stoneware and black clay.

The conversation will be moderated by Busola Evans, an interiors specialist and renowned journalist, with more than 20 years of experience.

The ticket price includes a drinks reception and a complimentary Omorovicza gift.

Date: 15 May 2024, 18:30 - 20:30

Venue: Omorovicza, 60 South Audley Street, W1K 2QW

Ticket price: £20 

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The Art of Lalique and its contemporary fine art collaborations at The Beaumont Hotel

Join Le Magritte Bar at The Beaumont on 14 May for drinks, canapés and a conversation on the Art of Lalique and its contemporary fine art collaborations between Frederick Fischer, Lalique UK Managing Director and Joy McCall, a globally renowned expert in Lalique, Art Nouveau and Art Deco and a senior specialist in design from 1860 to the present day.

Still imbued with the sort of creative energy that René Lalique brought to the company’s inception, today Lalique enters into exclusive collaborations with major contemporary artists and designers, including Damien Hirst, Zaha Hadid, Nic Fiddian-Green, Mario Botta, Anish Kapoor, James Turrell and the Magritte Estate, to create unique and exceptional works of art. 

Since 1922, all Lalique’s pieces continue to be handcrafted in the house’s sole manufacturing site, located in the Alsace region in France, with many of the Lalique Art pieces using the lost-wax technique to realize some of these works of art. This long, delicate and arduous process is unmatched in allowing fine details to be brought to light, creating a unique texture akin to a “crystal skin”.

Each crystal piece can require up to 40 different steps to produce, using century-old gestures and know-how, passed down from generation to generation, from the crafting of the pots in which the crystal is molten, to the hot glass workshop where the material is gathered and moulded or the cold glass workshop where diamond-tipped saws work the crystal with water to achieve extreme attention of detail in the sculpture of each creation.

Date: 14 May

Venue: The Beaumont Hotel

Ticket price: £20 

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Refiguring Nature: Antique to Contemporary Design at Mayfair Gallery

Explore how artists and designers have been inspired by the natural world at Refiguring Nature at Mayfair Gallery

Featuring items from Mayfair Gallery's collection of luxury antiques along with the work of contemporary artists and designers, the exhibition delves into how creative minds have taken inspiration from the organic world around them.

The exhibition features works by Billie Bond, Cameron Design House, Amy Hughes, Rachael Plassard, Charlie Schaffer, Kathleen Walsh and Jan Waterston. 

Dates: 13-16 May, from 10am to 6pm. 17 May, from 10am to 8pm. 

Venue: Mayfair Gallery, 39 South Audley Street, W1K 2PP. 

Ticket price: Free. 

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