When he was just 16, Adam Byatt secured a chef placement at Claridges from the Savoy Educational Trust. Over two decades later, he’s now a mentor in the same scheme that began his career. In between, he’s gone from sous chef (at double-Michelin star The Square) to head... read more
We imagine a world where the celebration of
difference supersedes competition.
In line with our mission to ignite individuality and self Expression, our newly launched website sees the introduction of our Celebrate Platform. The idea behind our celebrate platform was to ask ourselves what our philosophy, (Celebrate your Difference) really meant to us ... read more
One interpretation of the Biblical creation story in the book of Genesis argues in favour of creation ex materia, the theory that God shaped order out of existing chaotic matter. Rachel Kurdynowska re-enacts this divine form-giving process in her pottery, teasing function... read more
For someone who discovered break-dancing quite by accident, Nefeli Tsiouti’s dedication to it is unquestionable. A classically trained dancer, she first saw breaking while rehearsing in a studio in Athens: it was love at first sight, and after introducing herself she imm... read more
Lou Blackshaw’s 3-dimensional illustrations hinge on the balancing of the obviously artificial with the apparently accidental. Inspired by naturally occurring forms, and sculptors like Barbara Hepsworth and Andy Goldsworthy, Lou works her materials into a dizzying serie... read more
George’s three-dimensional work is in many ways an extension of his work with comics. Beginning with a chest of drawers made to look like a human chest for his final degree show, he has exploited the comic potential of language in witty projects that most people wouldn'... read more