CTI partners with 'Evolution of Tradition' show to promote creativity & design in wood

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CTI partners with 'Evolution of Tradition' show to promote creativity & design in wood

The Confederation of Timber Industries (CTI) has signed up as an official show partner of 'Evolution of Tradition', a new selling exhibition of luxurious bespoke furniture launching this autumn at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour.

Evolution of Tradition - to run from 2-5 October 2018 - will feature exclusive designs purely from Bespoke Guild Mark holders and is being organised by The Furniture Makers’ Company and Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour.

The Bespoke Guild Mark, awarded by The Furniture Makers’ Company, is the ultimate accolade for designer-makers, rewarding excellence in design, materials, craftsmanship and function for exquisite pieces of furniture

An impressive rollcall of established designer-makers and new talent from the vibrant British craft scene will be exhibiting at the show, including Matthew Burt, Byron & Gómez, Jonathan Field, Marc Fish, Tim Gosling, Alun Heslop, Edward Johnson, John Makepeace OBE, Rupert McBain, Laurent Peacock, Jake Phipps, Angus Ross, Rupert Senior, Katie Walker and Waywood.

Doreen Oddy, guild marks manager of The Furniture Makers Company, said: “Evolution of Tradition is shaping up to be an unmissable event that will demonstrate the world-class mastery of Bespoke Guild Mark holders. We are delighted that two reputable industry trade bodies like the Timber Trade Federation and the Confederation of Timber Industries are supporting it.”

Benedetto Antuono, CTI communications coordinator, said: “The CTI is always pleased to help promote innovative projects using wood in furniture, design and architecture. In this view, Evolution of Tradition represents a great opportunity for talented wood designers to present their creation and raise awareness of the incredible qualities of this sustainable and versatile material. We look forward to collaborating with the Furniture Makers Company and we are sure the exhibition will further push the boundaries of innovation and creativity in design.”

View the event on the CTI Industry Calendar.

 

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