From the sea and the air!

Recently featured in the last issue of Wharehouse Home magazine, our Cage clear glass lamp is a good example of  "The Incredible Bulk"! Bulkhead lights were built to brave the elements. But they've found a new home on dry land. From kitchens and hallways to balconies and bathrooms, these robust and functional lights are as appealing as they are practical...See more on our website

Also at elemental, this sculptural wall-hung birdbox with metal front plate re-imagined from the air conditioning and fuel pipes from an Airbus 320, created by Harry Dwyer and Charlie Waller.

Collectable books about East London

We have selected three special books about East London which are published locally by Hoxton Mini Press. Inspirational ideas for Christmas presents...Sold now in our shop.

Makers of East London - Photography by Charlotte Schreiber, written by Katie Treggiden, "captures the energy and spirit of a unique part of the capital. Evocative photography alongside insightful profiles of makers reveals hidden processes behind objects both everyday and exceptional.”
Annie Warburton, Crafts Council


I’ve Lived in East London for 86 ½ Years’ by Martin Usborne.
Joseph Markovitch has left London only once to go to the seaside with his mother. He loves Nicolas Cage, has five sugars in his tea, would have married a six foot two Hispanic woman but in the end had bad chest catarrh and never had a girlfriend.
Martin Usborne is a photographer and writer living in Hackney, East London.
‘Vintage Glamour In London's East End’ photographs by Boris Bennett.
Boris Bennett (1900-85) was considered the doyen of Jewish studio portrait photographers, famed for bringing Hollywood glamour to an impoverished area of east London. His studio on the Whitechapel Road was the fashionable location for wedding couples and families in the 1930s and 1940s.


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