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Craft is given a platform at Future Heritage

Future Heritage is the leading showcase for emerging and established talents in British craft. It has pioneered the promotion of contemporary craft to the wider interior design industry. Each emerging designer creates new, one-off pieces to be exhibited at Decorex.

Meet the 2021 Makers

10 emerging artisans will feature at Decorex this year, showcasing their unique talents and exceptional craftsmanship. Curated by Corrine Julius, Future Heritage is set to delight and inspire once more.

Future Heritage Alumni

Take a trip down memory lane and re-discover the makers from previous editions of Future Heritage.

“Future Heritage has opened a new door for my sculptural practise … I was overwhelmed by the reaction, I felt warmly received by interior designers and architects alike, who I wouldn't have met in the applied arts world. I've made many new contacts and am anticipating some exciting future projects. I have recently completed an installation in Gloucestershire for the fabric and wallpaper company Whiteworks, who I met at the show.”

Kaori Tatebayashi, Future Heritage Alumnus

The Curator

Corinne is a curator as well as a freelance journalist, critic and broadcaster with a special interest in contemporary craft and design. Corinne writes regularly for the Evening Standard’s Homes & Property, Blueprint and Crafts and is a reviewer for Country Life and BBC Radio 4’s Front Row.

She studied Interior Design at the Royal College of Art and Sociology and Psychology at the University of Sheffield, before lecturing in Environmental Social Psychology.

Corinne was made an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Art in 2008 for services to design and craft and is the Chair of the Critics’ Circle, Visual Arts & Architecture Section. She is a guest lecturer and student advisor at a number of arts universities, including the Royal College of Art and the University of the Arts, as well as on the Sotheby’s Institute Fine and Decorative Art and Design Masters.

Corinne has been a judge of many applied arts and design awards in the UK and abroad, including the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize for Metalwork. She is Chair of the Wood Awards Furniture and Product Panel, is a member of the Goldsmiths’ Company Contemporary Collection Committee and was a judge of the Glenmorangie Award. She has been a mentor for the Crafts Council mentoring programme and sat on a number of their committees.

In 2014 Corinne instigated and developed the contemporary craft show ‘Future Heritage’ as the central feature of Decorex International. Corinne continues to curate Future Heritage, now in its 7th year. It has become a byword for the best of contemporary craft, from ceramics to the digital.

In 2016 she curated ‘Silver Speaks: Idea to Object, an exhibition of Contemporary British Silversmiths at the V&A, and ‘Bloomin’ Jewels,’ a show of contemporary floral jewellery at Contemporary Applied Arts.