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Laura Knight Studio

Pattern Makers and Designers of stationery and gifts. Made in the UK.

Our aim is to prove that colour and pattern can be simple, contemporary and minimal.

This space is for the eye catching, inspirational or simply beautiful.

Graves Art Gallery and Bridget Riley

Laura Knight

We are very pleased to be able to add the Graves Art Gallery in Sheffield to our list of stockists.

Our Geometric series and Aquarelle triptych were selected to coincide with the opening of the fabulous Bridget Riley exhibition at the Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield. We are flattered to be thought of in respect of this incredible abstract artist.

 

Graves gallery Bridget Riley 01
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Graves gallery Bridget Riley 04
Graves gallery Bridget Riley 02

Architectural Inspiration

Laura Knight

I regularly find inspiration in architecture and hard materials and surfaces. Some of my current favourites are Louis Kahn, Mario Botta and Carlo Scarpa…..

Petra Winery in Suvereto , Italy. Mario Botta Image from the official website http://www.botta.ch

Petra Winery in Suvereto , Italy. Mario Botta

Image from the official website http://www.botta.ch

Church in Seriate, Italy Mario Botta Image from the official website http://www.botta.ch

Church in Seriate, Italy Mario Botta

Image from the official website http://www.botta.ch

Brion Cemetry, Italy. Carlo Scarpa.

Brion Cemetry, Italy. Carlo Scarpa.

National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Louis Kahn. Image by Grischa Ruschendorf taken from Circular Studio website

National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Louis Kahn.

Image by Grischa Ruschendorf taken from Circular Studio website

Brion Cemetry, Italy. Carlo Scarpa.

Brion Cemetry, Italy. Carlo Scarpa.

National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Louis Kahn. Image by Raimond Meier, taken from Yatzer

National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Louis Kahn.

Image by Raimond Meier, taken from Yatzer

London Town

Laura Knight

Had a busy few days in London during Design Week last month and saw some great pieces. Here are a few of my favourites;

The V&A was a triumph as usual. Barber & Osgerby's daring feat of engineering and design, 'Double Space' was incredibly impressive, as was Zaha Hadid's powerful yet beautiful sculpture in the central courtyard.

I cannot resist stopping by Mint while in this part of London. It never disappoints to inspire with their collection of innovative furniture and products. I particularly loved the pieces by Wiktoria Szawiel.

The excellent Design Junction was again, top of my list of places to visit during design week. I particularly loved stationery by Ola and Tom Pigeon, graphic textiles by Gemma Kay Waggett and also Amma Studio's pieces.

Airbnb's 'a place called home' in Trafalgar Square

My first visit to 19 Greek Street introduced me to a great collection of design pieces made using interesting materials and processes. I will certainly be back here again.

A designers pilgrimage: Bauhaus

Laura Knight

Whilst visiting Berlin, I set out on a pilgrimage to the modernist fans' very own mecca: the Bauhaus. Take the train to Dessau and discover this wonderful place of timeless classic design. You won't be disappointed.

Inside the school (left)

The master's houses (below)