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If you fancy seeing some of our work in person there's plenty of opportunity throughout this summer. Our artworks and finishes are currently featured at several showrooms in London such as Bonadea and John Cullen Lighting, as well as at the WOW!house showcase, at Design centre Chelsea Harbour, within the room designed by Rui Ribeiro Studio. To find out more about each event have a read below.

Our Stucco finish 'Marna' for Rui Ribeiro Studio at WOW!house, Design Centre, London


WOW!house is Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour’s first-ever designer showhouse, offering a unique opportunity to view the work of world-class designers at first hand, as their work is not always shown to the public.

It was a pleasure collaborating with Rui Ribeiro Studio on ‘A Modern Take on the Drawing Room'. We created a unique door front with inset cabochon gemstones and a deep grey stucco finish to complement this beautifully designed space.

On Wednesday June 29th at 11am you can join us for an exclusive talk 'In Conversation With Rui Ribeiro Studio and DKT Artworks'. We will take you through the collaborative process behind this stunning interior.

Wow!House is open until 1st July, you can book tickets here.

Specialist finish applied to door front for Rui Ribeiro Studio at WOW!house
Specialist finish applied to door front for Rui Ribeiro Studio at WOW!house


Our mural artwork 'Livia's Garden' is now featured at Bonadea, a UK based luxury brand for interior design and exquisite objet d’art.

With a company named after a Roman Goddess we feel this piece is right at home as it takes inspiration from the famous garden view frescos discovered in Villa Livia, a roman villa located in Prima Porta(north of Rome), which belonged to Livia Drusilla, wife of Octavian(later Emperor Augustus).

This single panel artwork is a free interpretation of such garden view, and it produced with a special paint finish technique to resemble authentic fresco, using acrylic paint.

'Livia's Garden' – a fresco style mural artwork by DKT Artworks

Detail of 'Livia's Garden' – acrylic painting technique to emulate traditional fresco

John Cullen Lighting

The Maple Tree bas-relief, originally created for London Design Week will now join our other pieces on display at John Cullen Lighting studio,where it will be lit with their latest uplighting system. This piece was designed and made in-house by our team and features several skills such as carving, casting, gilding and specialist paint finishing.

Maple Tree bas-relief with gilded details, by DKT Artworks

To learn more about how this piece was created have a read here. Also check out the video below, detailing the process, from start to finish.

The creation of a Maple Tree bas-relief, from start to finish.

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