Aline Johnson designs and produces glass for lighting features from her studio in Camden-London for the last 16 years. She works to commission mostly in collaboration with architects, interior and lighting designers. Previous chandelier commissions have been for the British Embassy in Qatar, Chandeliers for Shoe retailer Dune in Edinburgh and Covent Garden-London. Numerous residential chandelier commissions mostly in the U.K. She has been invited to show show her glass ligting in Dubai wit the Craft Council (Design Days Dubai 2015-16) and in Seoul South Korea at the International Craft Fair (2017).
London based Ceramic Art Regina Heinz specialises in luxurious architectural ceramics. Poised between art and design and inspired by water, beautifully crafted undulating “modules” are combined to create unique wall-installations that add an elegant and sophisticated touch to public and domestic settings alike. This year, Regina has created a new collection of flat and 3D tiles, designed to introduce colour and texture into architectural spaces. Since its inception in 2012 with the American tile retailer Ann Sacks, the collection has been continually expanded and now comprises hand-painted finishes, matte and high-gloss glazes, ceramic transfers, and luxurious gold and platinum surfaces. Regina works with leading interior architects to create site-specific installations that complement their setting while retaining their own artistic identity. Clients include P&O, Areen Design, Collett Zarzycki, 1508 London, Alchemi Group and Stiff + Trevillion Architects.
Showing for the first time at Decorex, Fenella Elms studio specialise in creating flowing formations of porcelain for wall-mounting.
This year, alongside the hand-built Flows of porcelain, cast Flows will be launched for large installations and multiple use .
Sotis Filippides makes contemporary ceramic wall installations and vessels. Each piece is a tribute to his love of texture.
'I spent childhood summers in the family's house beside the sea in Greece. The shapes and colours of the pebbles and shells, and the textures of the rocks and driftwood left a deep imprint in my memory, and they can all be found in my latest work.'