Arts and Crafts

 

The great architects and designers of the Arts and Crafts movement dared to imagine how things might be different, says Annie Warburton, former Creative Director at the Crafts Council. In this sensitive, insightful essay, she argues that the movement is still a vital model for creative endeavour because its adherents such as William Morris sought an “embodiment” and “form” to their dreams.

Author
Annie Warburton
Illustration
Chloe Spiby Loh
Co-editor
Austin Williams
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