Introducing Fifty High St.
We are delighted to introduce Fifty High St. a new shop in Bruton, Somerset for timeless craft and design from the team behind Hole & Corner, in collaboration with Labour and Wait.
As the world gets more disconnected, polluted, and damaged by the day, for this issue of Hole & Corner, we are actively looking for solutions and positive stories.
How a German design studio brought situationist ‘contamination’ to Venice…
This August takes us to the seaside for an interactive art installation and on to Regent's Park to picnic next to world-class sculpture via Peru. This month's recommends highlight events and exhibitions that offer a holiday from the everyday and the fast pace of our daily routines.
July has a veritable plethora of exciting exhibitions on show. With the opportunity to visit the moon (vicariously), see Keith Haring's activism in action and find new inspiration in the creativity of unknown artists this month's creative calendar has something for everyone.
An exhibition from Alan Clarke, Hole & Corner and Sfera.
'The best tools last a lifetime - or even several…' The Story of Tools is Hole & Corner’s first foray into book publishing and will be released this May.
This June sees a varied and exciting range of exhibitions opening across the country. Here are six shows that encapsulate the variety of subjects, inspiration and artistry that continue to inspire us at Hole & Corner.
There’s so much to do and see during London Craft Week – a whole world of workshops, talks, physical experiences and glimpses into the possibilities of a more mindful, creative life. You will need to be strategic. Spend an evening perusing the programme and make sure you book as some of the places are limited.
Inspired by their spring/summer collection (titled The Unknown Path) TOAST has gathered together some of its friends and collaborators to share their experience, knowledge and craft know-how.
In Praise of Indian Cinema’s Magical Theatre Houses...
Obsidian was the choice of material for Mexican architect and designer Frida Escobedo when commissioned by the 11th-generation tequila brand, Maestro DOBEL, to create a drinking vessel to showcase its range.