Zig zags on pink

This spring, visitors to Habitat‘s Kings Road store in London can expect to be dazzled by a vibrant exhibition of new woven work by five graduates from Central Saint Martins.

Open until the 28th April, the Habitat Platform exhibition includes the work of Philippa Thorne of Gone Rural, Nadia-Anne Ricketts, Jane Harper, Lucie Libotte and Coralie Bonnet.


Swaziland-based Philippa Thorne’s woven vessels and baskets that combine traditional African weaving techniques with contemporary colours and sculptural forms take centre stage at the show.

Baskets on Orange Hill

Exhibited alongside Thorne’s pieces are Jane Harper’s experimental installation pieces in woven metal.


Former accessories designer for Alexander McQueen, Coralie Bonnet, has created large-scale wool and ceramic decorative panels.

Lucie Libotte‘s multi-faceted magnetic discs are incorporated into a wall-mounted installation, and former dancer Nadia-Anne Ricketts has produced work that explores the relationship between weaving, digital technology and music.

Interwoven is on show at Habitat’s Platform Gallery space at its Kings Road store until April 28th: 208 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 5XP

- A.Morris



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