The building at 2 Willow Road in London has been reimagined as a site for a home exhibition that displays the original work of six designers — Ilse Crawford, Roksanda Ilincic, Gitta Gschwendtner, Nina Chakrabarti, Kitty Travers and Lyn Harris.
The site belonged to famous Hungarian-born architect Ernö Goldfinger who was an avid pioneer of the modernist movement. The house was the first modern property to be acquired by the National Trust. The works by the six designers — from the expressively long yellow glove and the playfully fringed dress to the soft ambient lighting fixture and the seemingly mundane record cover, reference the narrative of the house and the original artworks in it. Each object in the home exhibition has a short written statement that gives background to the work and its connection to Ernö Goldfinger's abode.