In pictures: Clerkenwell Design Week 28.05.15

  • Glaze installation by Cousins and Cousins on St John s Square, glowing in the twilight

  • Sto Werkstatt s Hypnos provided an opportunity for a quick nap

  • Monotype s Wordplay exhibition was dotted around the area

  • The Invisible Store of Happiness in St John s Gate was a woven mass of cherry and maple by designer-maker Sebastian Cox and artist Laura Ellen Bacon

  • Architecture practice Russ and Henshaw s Agora was an effort to reinvigorate the underused Clerkenwell Green

  • Hood created an installation at the Strata Tiles showroom inspired by the rituals of domesticity

  • The lighting floor at Design Factory

  • A map of the showrooms and exhibitions dotted around the area

  • Carl Hanson and Son opened a new showroom in Clerkenwell

  • Icon s House of Culture was a new venue for this year

  • Inside the House of Culture, where parties and talks took place and leading brands showed their collections

  • Pattern Foundry decorated the entrance of House of Culture with striking fabrics

  • Curiousa and Curiousa at Design Factory

  • Stellar Works showed a new collection by David Rockwell, as well as work by designers such as Neri and Hu

There were installations, parties and product launches aplenty at the London design event last week. Here are some photographs from the three-day festival. More pictures to come...

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 Visitors consult a map of the showrooms and exhibitions in the area

 

Photography: Sophie Mutevelian

01 glaze

Glaze installation by Cousins and Cousins on St John's Square, glowing in the twilight

   
02 Hypnos 2

Sto Werkstatt's Hypnos provided the opportunity for a quick nap

   
02 monotype

Monotype's Wordplay exhibition was dotted around Clerkenwell

   
03 invisible store

The Invisible Store of Happiness in St John's Gate was a woven mass of cherry and maple by designer-maker Sebastian Cox and artist Laura Ellen Bacon

   
04 agora

Architecture practice Russ + Henshaw's Agora was designed to reinvigorate the underused Clerkenwell Green

   
05 hood

Everybody's Free, design duo Hood's installation at the Strata Tiles showroom, was inspired by the rituals of domesticity

   
06 lighting

The lighting floor at Design Factory

   
08 carlhansen

Danish brand Carl Hanson & Son's new showroom in Clerkenwell presents furniture by mid-century designers such as Hans J Wegner, Kaare Klint and Poul Kjaerholm

   
09 house of culture

Icon's House of Culture was a major new venue for CDW

   
10 hoc interior

Parties and talks took place inside the House of Culture, where leading brands showed their collections

   
11 pattern

Pattern Foundry decorated the entrance of House of Culture with striking fabrics

   
12 curiousa

Curiousa and Curiousa at Design Factory

   
13 stellar works

Stellar Works showed a new collection by David Rockwell, as well as work by designers such as Neri and Hu

   
14 vitra

Vitra showed adaptations of ten of Jean Prouvé's classic designs

   

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