A walk around The New Craftsmen’s London showroom is a journey across the British Isles. Each object is a portal to a place and its making traditions. In one corner of the lofty Arts and Crafts-era building, a spindle-back bench by Bibbings & Hensby transports you to Wales via the region’s Windsor chair making tradition. Suspended over a table nearby is a lamp made from a bird’s nest–like mass of heather by Annemarie O’Sullivan. It whisks you up to the This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty-Five Buy Now Related Stories Design Issue 40 Lauren Nikrooz Four questions for a set designer. Arts & Culture Issue 34 Cult Rooms: Francis Bacon Francis Bacon harvested his master works from the chaotic “compost” of his West London studio. Arts & Culture Issue 31 Asif Khan The British architect building with bubbles. Arts & Culture The Wave: Beyond Hokusai The Great Wave, created by Katsushika Hokusai in 1831, remains the most iconic—and reproduced—non-Western image in art. Arts & Culture Giacometti At Tate Modern, a new exhibition exploring the distinctive works of sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti. Arts & Culture Weekend Reading: Hikari Yokoyama Philanthropist Hikari Yokoyama on five books that changed her thinking on gender and the balance of power.