Wycliffe Stutchbury

Wycliffe trained as a cabinet maker and made furniture for business and private collections in London and Ireland for many years.  After returning to university to  study materials practice he developed a pared down technique investigating and attempting to show the inherent beauty of timber and its fragile and robust qualities, without the distractions of form and function.

Working from his workshop in south London, Wycliffe makes work to commission for private clients, art specifiers and speculatively for galleries and art fairs.

His work has been shortlisted for the Aesthetica Prize, The Wood Awards, Jerwood Makers Open and was a finalist in the Loewe Craft Prize 2018. He has been awarded the Crafts Council’s Best Contribution To Show and the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers Gold Guild Mark.

He also works as a tutor at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture, West Dean College and the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff.   His work is exhibited in the US, China, Europe and London and is in some important private collections.

Website: wycliffestutchbury.co.uk

Instagram: @wycliffestutchbury


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