Friday 31 March – Friday 9 June 2017
The New Craftsmen invites you to experience ‘A Home For All’ in partnership with Selfridges – exploring the rituals, objects and ideas that make a house a home.
Located in the Ultralounge, on the lower ground floor of Selfridges Oxford Street, ‘A Home For All’ is an interactive and immersive experience exploring home as the most fundamental expression of self.
Book today to discover the space or to join one of our workshops.
Drawing on the creative spirit of The New Craftsmen and its makers, ‘A Home For All’ is themed around a series of domestic rituals – Rest, Gather, Play and Cleanse.
Whether making sourdough bread around the table or slumbering in haystacks – craft, atmosphere and materiality combine with physical activity, encouraging a sense of community, discussion, play and imagination.
For eleven weeks ‘A Home For All’ will play host to a series of bookable workshops.
Homemaker Workshops: Come together and discover the importance of home-making rituals with our resident Homemakers Susy Webb and Bee Farrell, founders of The Anthropologists of Eating. These community-focused workshops explore the cultural significance of traditional practices of sourdough and preserve making.
Maker Workshops: Step into the creative worlds of The New Craftsmen’s makers. Against the backdrop of their installations, you’ll be learning, playing and using your imagination alongside them through a series of interactive workshops.