Clerkenwell Design Week
We love to check out the latest innovations and trends from the design world, and Clerkenwell Design week was a great place to explore the many different talents out there. From funky lighting to abstract furniture, we were impressed by the inspiring selection of design on display.
"Clerkenwell is home to more creative businesses and architects per square mile than anywhere else on the planet, making it truly one of the most important design hubs in the world.
To celebrate this rich and diverse community, Clerkenwell Design Week created a showcase of leading UK and international brands and companies presented in a series of showroom events, pop-up exhibitions and special installations that take place across the area."
Take a look at some of our favourites, all from Clerkenwell Design Week.
All The Fruits
All The Fruits is a pattern design studio founded by interior designer Jessica Pinotti and illustrator Stephen Cheetham. Combining their individual experiences and creativity, Jessica and Stephen create bold, visually compelling work for a wide variety of clients and end-uses.
Curiousa & Curiousa
Curiousa & Curiousa create bespoke lighting. Each piece in thier range is traditionally hand-blown without moulds, meaning they can provide any shape, size and colour giving you an exceptional level of choice.
Massproductions is a Stockholm based furniture company, run by experienced designers Chris Martin and Magnus Elebäck. Massproductions develop high quality, tactile furniture with a modernist spirit.
“Our knowledge and passion is in mass production, hence the name. Our goal is to use industrial processes to create furniture which people can get excited about, something that gives them pride of ownership. You can do that with a hand-crafted piece, but for us the satisfaction comes from achieving it with an industrially produced article”, say Chris Martin.
Product designer, Domei Endo believes that lighting is something more important than just illuminating. He focuses not on lighting devices as such but rather on the design of light and shadow, that offers a sense of therapeutic healing.