cockpit arts is a social enterprise and a creative business incubator for desiger-makers. so from jewelry, ceramics, painters, upholsterers, furniture and textile designers and more their open studio seasons really reflect the diversity of creativity in london. if you have already missed the holborn open studios as part of cockpit arts then you still have a chance to make it down to the creekside studios this weekend. with pop-up cafes by kennards you can make a day of it to pick up handmade and unique pieces from some of the 165 designer-makers the organisation provides studio space for.
examples are from a collaborative project between the southbank centre and six designers. (from top) tania clarke hall specialises in working in leather. sue king designs and creates handmade, stylish, contemporary fused glass.sort ( society of revisionist typographers) comprises theo wang and tom boulton
cockpit arts open studios