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Space Craft

Grimm City, FleaFollyArchitects, 2013. Photo: FleaFollyArchitects

A new touring exhibition, developed by the Crafts Council in partnership with Habitat, explores the relationship between architecture and making

Platform, at Habitat’s King’s Road branch, London, is the launch pad for Space Craft:architecture meets making, which is timed to coincide with COLLECT, the international art fair for contemporary objects, taking place nearby at the Saatchi Gallery from 9 – 12 May.

Exhibits include pieces by renowned ceramicist and best-selling author Edmund de Waal and willow weaver Laura Ellen Bacon as well as up and coming names including architect Adam Nathaniel Furman who makes 3D-printed ceramics, furniture maker Simon Jones and the young architectural practice FleaFollyArchitects, which will be showing its extraordinary handmade model Grimm City, an entire cityscape inspired by the fairy stories of the titular Brothers Grimm.