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Our CREATE makers this year are all about celebrating the history of our heritage crafts and highlighting new exciting areas of design. Scroll down and meet the makers from bespoke furniture designers to graphic artists and give a home to one or more of these contemporary design classics…


About Elements of Action: Design duo Edward Coveney and Esther Gerrard, are both landscape architects and product designers, they design and curate bespoke furniture and gifts with clever details that push the boundaries of design.

The Hero Piece: Look out for their mirrors, plant stands and unique coffee tables in marble, brass mirror and local wood.

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About Jennifer: Textile designer Jennifer Slattery creates napkins and homewares from Irish linen and lambswool. Each piece is created in Ireland and she hand-finishes with her intricate embroidery in her Smithfield studio.

The Hero Piece: Her embroidered cutlery napkins inspired by her grandmother's collection of antique cutlery.

Friday, 19th July - 12pm – 8pm

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About Ruth: Yoga teacher Ruth Delahunty has combined her love of yoga with her career as a designer. Her Yoagru 108 Ansana sequencing cards are beautifully designed to elegantly show each pose.

The Hero Piece: The cards simplify yoga sequencing for any level of experience, to help understand what gives the ‘feel good factor’ from yoga and how to create this in your home practice – these are the perfect elixir to a busy life!

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About Diem: Thomas Diem is a second generation designer and potter. Born in NYC his pottery is handmade and created with the mantra: "Simple things that enhance daily life."

The Hero Piece: Their crisp white glaze with strong blocks of colour are inspired by the colours and scenery of Nordic countries; their contemporary pieces provide a Scandi-style setting for people to share food and time together.

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About Isobel: Award winning ceramic artist Isobel Egan designs fine porcelain work which explores themes of architecture and form.

The Hero Piece: Her collection of ‘Miniatures’ are collectable pieces with contrasting textures, the smooth coolness of the glaze work with the velvety texture of porcelain in its natural form.