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Each year Clerkenwell Design Week is a buzz of activity, with an overwhelming number of events to attend and designs to admire. Having explored the festival over the three days, we have chosen our top three favourites that we think are worth a mention:
The Future of Design Pavillion was an impressive addition to CDW, made by Hanson Plywood Ltd, organised by Scale Rule and designed by GCSE students; As the first education and community project to feature within the festival, we feel it is something that should be applauded, as the design students of today are the designers of tomorrow!
In contrast to the bright sunshine at the pavilion was the dramatic moody interior of St James Church in Clerkenwell, converted by highly acclaimed British designer Tom Dixon into a ‘co-working’ space. Using both lighting and furniture to transform the interior into separate working environments. The bold, contemporary shapes playing and contrasting with the traditional architecture of the building.
And finally, leading through the streets from one area of the festival to another, were large billboards designed by Giles Miller. Sponsored by British Ceramic Tiles, Miller created the sculptural billboards to work as signs. Aligning and directing the tiles to create a sense of movement and flow that directed visitors through to their next destination.
We are already looking forward to Clerkenwell Design Week 2017, however in the mean time, make sure to follow us on twitter @MorganSeating and keep up to date with our news and creative stories!
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