Michael Marriott, El Ultimo Grito and Robin Platt are among the designers showcased in Making It, the inaugural exhibition at Furniture Works, a resource centre for students and design businesses in and around London Metropolitan University. All exhibitors are former graduates of the college, which now comprises London Guildhall University. Remedy ceramic bathroom system (pictured) by Matthew George and Phidias Leonida is among the work on show. Centre manager John Miller says Furniture Works aims to serve local designers’ development and craft needs. It also houses the Frederick Parker Collection of historic furniture. Making It runs from 31 January to 20 February at Furniture Works, 41 Commercial Road, London E1.
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