William Waterhouse trained in sculptor at Wimbledon School of Art; he now makes furniture and installation pieces from his studio in Peckham.
William’s work is characterised by his use of movement and mechanisation. Read More
His work process is an exploration of materials, a constant curiosity for learning new skills and techniques. William’s design ethos is driven by a simplicity of idea, which resonates through his work in the notion of play.
William’s skill as a maker and craftsmen has made him a frequent collaborator with a variety of other studios, most notably with James Plumb. Most recently he has collaborated with his partner Louisa Loakes on a series of pieces exclusive to The New Craftsmen.