Homo Faber Guide is Online


This September Michalangelo Foundation launched the Homo Faber Guide, a curated online resource that brings craftsmanship in Europe to your fingertips. National Design & Craft Gallery are very excited to be included in the Homo Faber Guide along with 30 exemplars of Irish talent currently being featured.

The Guide highlights more than 650 artisans in over 25 countries, from Master Artisians and bespoke Manufacturers to Rising Stars. Through this extensive digital guide to excellence in crafts, you can also explore galleries, showrooms, and curated stores as well as getting involved in unique experiences in cities big and small.

Check out craft ateliers across Europe:  

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Current 30 Irish Makers highlighted on Homo Faber Guide:

Nicola Henley - Textile designer
Cushendale Woollen Mills, Textile designer
John Hanly & Co, Textile designing
Chloë Dowds Porcelain maker
Mike Byrne, Ceramicist
Cathy Burke, Ceramicist
Rachel Swan, Goldsmith
Emma Bourke, Glassworker
Hugo Byrne, Knife maker
Garvan de Bruir, Leatherworker
Debbie Dawson, Stained glass maker
Pierce Healy, Jewellery maker
Annemarie Reinhold, Silversmith
Max Brosi, Woodturner
Susan Zelouf & Michael Bell, Furniture maker
Joe Hogan, Basketweaver
Grainne Watts, Ceramicist
Nuala O’Donovan, Ceramicist
Helen O’Connell, Stone sculptor
Roger Bennett, Woodturner
Sophie Kate Curran, Ceramicist
Róisín de Buitléar, Glass sculptor
Stevan Hartung, Cabinetmaker
Jennifer Hickey, Porcelain maker
John Lee, Cabinetmaker
Ciarán McGill, Cabinetmaker
Alan Meredith, Woodworker
Cecilia Moore, Metal sculptor
Stephen O’Briain, Cabinetmaker
Sasha Sykes, Furniture maker

Homo Faber Guide places craftsmanship in Europe at your fingertips. Discover glass blowers to mask makers, paper sculptors to silversmiths. Choose collections to visit across 25 European countries.