I think that Cox London share the vision of the Carpenters Workshops, who work more with artists to design functional sculpture for interiors. Willer, a gallery founded by Rebecca Willer also offers a unique approach to design and art for interiors.
‘For years we made each piece ourselves, from pouring the bronze, fabricating the metal work and cutting and fitting glass. Today we throw our concepts to an even more experienced and versatile workshop. As well as the commissioned work we are always experimenting as we create totally contemporary designs along side more traditional and 20th century pieces with an onus on limited edition art work.'
Christopher and Nicola Cox
Cox London design and make their interior pieces. Both sculptors and talented technicians, they began collaborating at art school in the mid 1990s and today have a London gallery, studio and workshop where they run an in house team of specialist artisans.
Each piece is infused with inventiveness and rooted with a deep knowledge and understanding of traditional techniques and materials - bronze, wrought iron, blown glass and stone. Their enduring ambition is to create interior sculpture - the highest quality collectibles of the future and they regularly produce works to commission.
These sculptural works prize a rarefied beauty in a modern age and are destined for the interior spaces of collectors and designers worldwide.
The new Cox London gallery is now open by appointment.