Clerkenwell Design Week: The Review

  1. Clerkenwell Design Week saw daring stools from the Dare Studio this season. Polished copper frames with warm velvet seating is just what I need.
  2. Bert’s Barge was docked on the Clerkenwell Bay as part of the new Bert & May Spaces concept. Designed in collaboration with Designer & Stylist Laura Fulmine and RaT Architecture, the wall and floor surfaces were complete with Bert & May finishes. I could quite easily get used to barge living.
  3.  I’ve become slightly obsessed with this colour explosion Pinch sofa. In celebration of their 10-year anniversary this was a collaboration between Timorous Beasties  & Pinch to customise their existing Noelle sofa with Timorous’ customised ‘Graffito Velvet’ fabric.
  4. Simple, playful and humorous – HJEM Chelsea College of Art & Design graduate Emma Richmond’s collection is a combination of functional design with an alpine inspired twist.
  5. The Taz Pollard new ‘Bite Me’  ceramic collection certainly tickled my interior taste buds – great for adding a much needed pop of colour.
  6. Gubi adorned the new House of Culture space at the Old Sessions House. With a different interior scheme segmented within this cultural space I took a shine to the Gubi range.
  7. It was a pleasure to meet Design K – and his latest collection, the Geometric Range – (more to follow soon on the blog).
  8. A fusion of origami, art and functionality, Helena Ambrósio has creates these ornate, less than ordinary ceramic pieces for the home.
  9. Matt Pugh: A champion for modern British design Matt’s creation of the candle clusters in bright neons & natural materials  caught my eye. Such a great piece for the home or for an interior styling project.


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