Adi Toch

Adi has produced an intriguing body of work, including contemplative and tactile metal vessels, which invites the observer to touch and explore.

Melding Pourers, silver and copper-red gold bi metal, photo: Nicola Tree

Adi Toch

Adi Toch is an acclaimed metalsmith whose practice centres on making engaging vessels and containers that investigate colour, movement, sound and tactility. Her work is exhibited internationally and included in major public collections such as The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Crafts Council UK, National Museums Scotland, The National Museum of Wales and The Jewish Museum New York.

Adi was recently shortlisted for The Loewe Craft Prize and won a 2017 Wallpaper Design Award. She is a lecturer at The Cass, as well as a visiting lecturer at Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem. Adi speaks regularly in conferences in the UK and internationally. 

Adi is a lecturer for the Textile Design BA, and also teaches on the studio 'All the Ingredients'.  She is the organiser for all of jewellery-making and silversmithing short courses at The Cass, and also teaches on the short course 'From Metal Sheet to Hollow Form'.