Clerkenwell Design Week

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Clerkenwell Design Week
1 & 11 O’Clock Hooks designed by Zita Menyhart Studio

This highly regarded design festival is now in its eighth year and once again offering street spectacles, discussions, open studios and workshops. Highlights include the 'Design Fields' an exhibition of the latest furniture, lighting and product design from around the world and the 'Icon House of Culture', a design takeover from Icon magazine at Fabric nightclub. 

Details of the programme are still being announced, so check the Clerkenwell Design Week website for updates. Registration for the event is now open. 


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I have never been before in this festival and was quite impressed. The whole area of the events gets very lively, so it’s truly nice even to just walk around! And a lot of restaurant and bars partner with the festival giving discounts or free drinks/coffees/snacks. Different venues are interesting by themselves – the Platform, for example, is in a prison where each cell has a different ‘stall’ – and you manage to get some rest between views (specially nice in these sunny days). A lot of beautiful things to see and the lectures are interesting too.

This event is fantastic, especially Platform- an exhibition of up and coming desginers in a Victorian prison underground. Look out for the bespoke furniture of Jonathan Field in particular.