Here’s What You Missed at Clerkenwell Design Week 2018
Find out our favorite moments from Clerkenwell Design Week 2018.
If you didn’t have the chance to attend the Clerkenwell Design Week 2018, then today you are going to check out some of the highlights. Curious? Keep scrolling to see the best moments you missed in one of the best London events!
Behind Closed Doors was the installation that welcomed visitors to Clerkenwell Design Week. Wooden flooring and tiling specialists Hakwood presented a wonderful entrance installation to Design Fields on Spa Field Park.
Pipe Line by Lou Corio Randall
Lou Corio Randall’s showcase at CDW is a success story to which young designers can aspire. Randall showed his graduate collection at New Designers last year, and this year he brought curvy, eye-catching bike racks and benches that were dotted around the area.
A Piece of Sky
Designed by award-winning Swiss architect and designer Stephan Huerlemann, A Piece of Sky is an installation that aimed to bring out positive feelings by telling a story, encouraging visitors to think and even to dream; and most importantly put a smile on their face. “The “mirror funnel” is made from a translucent surface, and stepping inside it definitely takes you temporarily out of the festival environment, as your reflection is repeated and refracted and you can listen to the sound of the Earth, recorded by NASA, as well as to astronauts talking about their space experiences.”
This time Fabric nightclub is given over to a sprawling display of lighting design, where brands showed off their wares in a darkened space. The Light Space showed a number of striking products and had one of the best party spaces of the weeks.
Kinetech Design and Amari Interiors have created an installation inspired by an Elizabethan ruff. This kind of origami architecture was beautiful in daylight, but it was after dark that you could see it lip up.