18 – 26 September 2021

London Design Festival

Craft
Industrial Design / Product Design

Ercol x Store School

By Wood Street Walls

When

18 Sep / OPEN 24H

19 Sep / OPEN 24H

20 Sep / OPEN 24H

21 Sep / OPEN 24H

22 Sep / OPEN 24H

23 Sep / OPEN 24H

24 Sep / OPEN 24H

25 Sep / OPEN 24H

26 Sep / OPEN 24H

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STORE x Ercol Summer School guided by product designers Stine Keinicke and Liang-Jung Chen. They will collaborate with Blackhorse Workshop and furniture company Ercol, combining a factory visit to collect rejects from the Ercol production to upcycle presenting in the window display of the Salvation Army on Forest Road.

Ercol is the name of a British furniture manufacturer. The firm dates back to 1920, when it was established in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, as Furniture Industries by Lucian Ercolani. STORE drives social change by enabling public access to art and design. We are an association of artists, architects, and designers working from locations between London and Rotterdam. STORE comprise three core elements: an educational programme, socially engaged practice and diverse public events. Blackhorse Workshop is a public space dedicated to making and mending, Blackhorse Workshop was founded by the architecture and design practice Assemble, and has been developed by its Creative Director, Harriet Warden together with the founding team of Toby Poolman, Rob Shaer and Sara Pereira. The project originally received start up support from the Mayor of London’s Outer London Fund, the London Borough of Waltham Forest and match funding from Create, Legacy Trust UK and Arts Council England.

Where

The Salvation Army

434 Forest Rd

Walthamstow

London

E17 4PY