Hand-made: Dunhill crafts a Home exhibition

23 : 02 : 2011 Craft : Craftsmanship : Heritage

London – British luxury brand Dunhill has created an exhibition called The Modern Craftsmanship that will tour its flagship Home stores around the world.

The exhibition has been curated by London-based creative agency It’s Nice That, and will feature work by young designers Max Lamb, Martin Andersen, Elisa Strozyk and Richard Sweeney.

One of the show’s highlights is Lamb’s Campaign chair, based on an early-century chair used by British servicemen, and built from hand-turned ash and traditional leather used to make Dunhill luggage.

The exhibition is currently at Dunhill’s Bourdon House store in Mayfair, London. It will also tour the Home stores in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai in spring.

For more on how brands are using craft to convey luxury, read our Luxury Futures report.

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