A Future Made is a partnership programme developed by the Crafts Council, The New Craftsmen, Craft Scotland and Ruthin Craft Centre.
The programme will showcase exceptional British craft, highlighting innovative craftsmanship through a series of conceptual and creative installations internationally.
The second instalment: British Craft: The Miami Edit showcases 15 makers carefully selected by a panel of experts at an exclusive penthouse residence at 1 Hotel and Homes, South Beach, Miami. Leading architect and interior designer Natalia Miyar has co-curated the presentation to illustrate how exquisite hand-made objects can transform a residential space and infuse it with personality and warmth.
A Future Made is funded by Arts Council England and Arts Council Wales and supported by the GREAT Britain campaign.