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Reiko Kaneko at London Design Festival



17-25th September 2016

This year Reiko Kaneko is participating in three different events across London for the eagerly anticipated London Design Festival. Exhibiting within both the Shoreditch Design Triangle and the Brompton Design District.

Click the links below for more details:

All That is Broken is Not Lost at Elementary Store, Shoreditch Design Triangle

PLINTH, Exhibition & Meadows Decorating Workshop, Brompton Design District

Nami Cluster Lights at SCP, Shoreditch Design Triangle

All that is Broken is Not Lost – at Elementary Store

Building on Exploring Glaze from LDF 2015, Reiko will bring a new collection of unique glazes to this year’s London Design Festival returning to Elementary Store on Redchurch Street as part of the Shoreditch Design Triangle.

The new exhibition All that is broken is not lost combines the best results from a year spent refining her Reactive Glaze process with the ‘best-worst’ mistakes. Broken pieces lost to the intense heat of the kilns have been carefully restored using the traditional Japanese technique of Kintsugi. The delicate process highlights and accentuates flaws and cracks using lacquer and precious gold.

Event details:

Elementary Store, 77 Redchurch Street, London, E2 7DJ

17th – 25th September 2016

Saturday 17th 11am – 6pm
Sunday 18th 11am – 5pm
Monday 19th – Closed
Tuesday 20th – 11am – 8pm*
Wednesday 21st – Saturday 24th 11am – 6pm
Sunday 25th 11am – 5pm

*The exhibition will open late on Tuesday 20th along with a number of other venues in the Shoreditch Design Triangle. Drinks available in the evening in collaboration with Audemus Spirits, one of Reiko Kaneko’s bespoke design clients. Based out of Cognac, France, the company uses a small batch philosophy to produce high quality spirits with contemporary flavour combinations.

Plinth at 10a Thurloe Place

Plinth have commissioned artist Jacques Nimki to create a living meadow spanning almost 650 square ft. The meadow will be installed on the ground floor of a new popup gallery opposite the Victoria and Albert Museum. Reiko will exhibit new work for sale at 10a Thurloe Place between the 16th of September and 23rd October, and is  running a workshop on Saturday 17th September.

The workshop is in collaboration with FBOMBE, a London based charity concerned with reusing and recycling unloved plants and flowers. Reiko will be running a ceramic decorating workshop, where participants can cut out delicate pressed flower designs and apply them to plates in monochrome or sepia.

Event Details:

Reiko’s Workshop: Saturday 17th September  2 – 4pm
Participants need to pre-register. Please visit
Tickets are Free to reserve. Plates decorated in the workshop can be purchased (prices from £12 to £32, plus shipping) and will then be taken back to Stoke-on-Trent for firing before being sent out. 

Pop-up Exhibition 16th September – 23rd October


The SCP 2016 Collection – Nami Cluster

Reiko will be launching her new Nami Cluster lights in the SCP 2016 Collection – located in the Shoreditch Design Triangle. Reiko’s lighting will be showcased alongside furniture designs by Matthew Hilton, Peter Marigold, Michael Marriott, Terence Woodgate and Donna Wilson, as well as a new textile collection by Hannah Waldron. SCP will also be presenting an exhibition of Mexican craft and a display of work by Piet Hein Eek.


Event details:

SCP 2016 Collection
135-139 Curtain Road

17th – 25th September 2016
Saturday 17th 9.30am – 6pm
Sunday 18th 11am – 5pm
Monday 19th 9.30am – 8pm
Tuesday 20th 9.30am-9pm (late night opening)
Wednesday 21st – Friday 23rd 9.30am – 8pm
Saturday 22nd 9.30am-6pm
Sunday 23rd 11pm-5pm