For the third year running Fine Cell Work is the official charity partner of Decorex 2015,  which reflects how highly regarded it is by interior designers.  This is one of the Decorex 2015 news that the news page has been releasing in the last days, this one with Fine Cell Work announcing two new exciting collaborations launched on stand C18.

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Proud to partner with Fine Cell Work

Each year Decorex nominates a charity who’s cause they support and believes in, to work with them at the event.

“This year we are working in partnership with unique social enterprise Fine Cell Work, who train prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework to foster hope, discipline and self-esteem for those serving time on the inside.”

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About Fine Cell Work

”Fine Cell Work is a charity that trains prisoners to do high quality, commercial needlework in their cells and textiles training in prison workshops to foster hope, discipline and employability.  We have a workforce of 250 prisoners across 30 prisons and have sold to many of Britain’s top interior designers. 

This year at Decorex, we are delighted to be launching two new collaborations – the Hemingway Collection, designed for us by Wayne and Corey Hemingway and a cushion designed by Spanish street artist, Nuria Mora.”

 

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Hemingway Collection 

The artist daughter of Wayne and Gerardine, Corey Hemingway,  is delighted to support Fine Cell Work.

“At Hemingway Design we’ve a mantra that ‘design is about improving things that matter in life’ and this project does just that, helping prisoners develop skills that can help them in their future lives. With Fine Cell Work overseeing this, the product becomes highly desirable. WIN WIN for everybody.”

Wayne and Corey Hemingway designed fashionable cushions and bags in a modern palette.  The Hemingway Collection comprises Spotty Scribble Cushion in yellow and blue (£95); Plaid cushion in yellow, blue and black; (£95) Spotty Scribble Bag with leather handle in yellow and blue (£40); Plaid Bag with canvas handle in yellow and black (£30).

Nuria Mora Geometric cushion

Nuria Mora, spanish street artist,  has designed a colourful hand-stitched wool cushion for Fine Cell Work.  Known for her vibrant murals that give life to walls, she now brings her vibrancy to the Nuria Mora cushion that will brighten up any interiors.  Price £115 and dimensions 43 x 43cm.

‘”Decorex lets us to showcase our work to the world’s leading interior designers. It has led to superb collaborations with top interior designers such as Kit Kemp, John Stefanidis and Ben Pentreath, as well as commissions from luxury hotels, the most recent being Sopwell House.”

 

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Simone du Bois, Brand Director of Decorex International

About

Fine Cell Work trains prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework undertaken in the long hours spent in their cells to foster hope, discipline and self esteem. This helps them to connect to society and to leave prison with the confidence and financial means to stop offending.

Their Vision is to build Fine Cell Work as a sustainable charity with the prisoners as stakeholders in the enterprise. We are aiming to become more embedded in the prison system and to guide prisoners towards formal work training and qualifications and to match them up with organisations that can provide support or employment on release.

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Victoria Gillies, Managing Director, Fine Cell Work

 “We are delighted to be supporting Fine Cell Work again as Decorex’s official charity. Our visitors ad exhibitors are enthusiastic backers of Fine Cell Work and the extensive social enterprise work they undertake with prisoners.”