4 Italian high end designers in London pop up shop – THREE DAYS ONLY!

One of the most eagerly anticipated pop-up shops to come to London is set to open its doors just in time for Christmas. From 5-8 December, four of Italy`s most creative talents have teamed together to open a shop on London`s Kinnerton Street in the heart of Belgravia.

The Italian high end designers in London pop up shop will feature mouth-blown glass from YALI Murano Glass Design, the finest hand-stitched linens from Chiarastella Cattana, unique paintings by Paola Piglia and hand-thrown ceramics by Tommaso Corvi-Mora.


Here`s a little detail on each designer –

Yali Murano Glass Design – Combining clean modern designs with traditional Venetian techniques that date back to the 13th century, Marie-Rose Kahane`s glass designs are created using master glassblowers who have honed their time-honoured craft over the decades. (Prices start from £45)

Chiarastella Cattana – Chiarastella Cattana`s textiles are the result of her research into traditional Italian weaving techniques. The results are colourful tablecloths, curtains, towels, bed linens and towels that incorporate jacquard techniques. All the fabrics are made from natural fibres including linen, cotton and wool and come in over 80 different colours ranging from intricate patterns to single tones. (Prices start from £12)

Paola Piglia – This award winning painter and illustrator was born in Turin, studied in the US and now mainly works in London. Her eye catching and inspiring work ranges from the fantastical to the literal but is deeply rooted in the natural world. (Prices start from £180)

Tommaso Corvi-Mora – A gallerist herself, Tommaso Corvi-Mora is a celebrated ceramicist in her own right creating beautiful vessels that take on simple shapes yet are striking and commanding. (Prices start from £20)

The shop will be based at 83 Kinnerton Street, SW1 and will be open daily from 11am until 6pm from 5-8 December. An opening drinks reception will be held on 5 December from 5-7pm. The nearest tube stations are Knightsbridge and Sloane Square.

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