Inspiring curiosity through voyages of discovery that ignite the creative imagination.
Cabinet of Curiosity Studio work between the visual arts, and traditional disciplines of architectural and textile crafts to develop narrative-led temporary exhibits and installations. Collaborations have investigated hidden histories, stories, architecture, places and crafts, with the aim of engaging audiences in design and visual art. Projects have been exhibited across the UK and internationally in a variety of settings that include museums, theatres, libraries, heritage sites, outdoor festivals, arts venues and public spaces.
Cabinet of Curiosity Studio was founded in 2010 by costume and theatre designer Caroline Collinge and architect Edmond Salter. The studio brings expertise in the paper arts and crafts techniques together with design for a diversity of commissions at a variety of scales. Abilities in architecture and design are supplemented by skills in consultation, digital fabrication, 3D models, visualisations, illustration, film making, animation, public engagement and workshop delivery.
V & A Museum of Childhood // Southbank Centre // Thames Festival Trust // Architecture Foundation // Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture // British Council // The Roundhouse // Guildford Cathedral // RIBA // National Gallery London // The Bowes Museum // Leeds Cultural Institute // BRASS Durham International Festival // Latitude Festival // Northampton Museum // Silk Mill Museum Derby // Festival of Thrift // Rochester Guildhall Museum // Chatham Historic Dockyard // National Trust // Enchanted Parks // Dybwikdans
Academic and Teaching
Royal College of Art // Northumbria University // University for the Creative Arts // University of Leeds // London College of Fashion