Clerkenwell Design Week: 21-23 May 2019
It’s the 10th anniversary of Clerkenwell Design Week & trifle’s 9th year in attendance; the sun is set to shine & we are looking forward to connecting with Furniture partners, colleagues, friends & clients.
So we are sharing the Boss’ picks/diary in case you are stuck for where to start!
(she’s got stamina, she’ll be ok!)
TUESDAY 21st May 2019
We will be visiting the ‘Old street end’ of CDW
Lapalma 64-66 Old Street
Deadgood 46 Old Street
Established & Sons 7 Tilney Ct, EC1V 9BQ
The highlight of today will of course be
“Designing a Human Centric Workspace”
With our friends at Workstories @
Details of how to sign up, the panel & what not via the eventbrite link here:
13 Northburgh Street
In the afternoon we will head to
Design Fields which showcases leading furniture, lighting and product design from around the world. Alongside some of the most exciting home-grown designer-makers, the show presents a diverse range of the best in international contemporary design.
Spa Fields, Northampton Road EC1R 0DF
British Collection is next on the list which will host some of our favourites such as Ercol, Dare Studio & Benchmark; Some of the UK’s most exciting homegrown talent showcase their latest furniture, lighting and product designs within this unique space.
Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell Close, EC1R 0EA
We get to sit down and listen in to a talk on
‘Right to Repair’ with Cornish contingent Skinflint Design
Mark Product Showroom, Gate House,
1 St John's Sq,
In the evening we will be popping into
Fritz Hansen and Zaha Hadid Design collaborate to present ‘Shaping Reality Through Time’, a celebration of design evolution, shown through chairs produced since Fritz Hansen’s inception in 1872.
Zaha Hadid Gallery
101 Goswell Road
WEDNESDAY 22nd May 2019
We are doing a good ‘tile run’ hitting our favourites for tiles and surfaces:
Domus (Who also have various talks and exhibitions all week)
‘Live Colour’, an immersive and colour-focused installation by artist Liz West, will take over the basement against a backdrop of Magnum white slabs.
50 Great Sutton Street
Who recently opened their Clerkenwell showroom
44 Sekforde St,
80 Clerkenwell Rd,
We will also be checking out
7-15 Rosebery Ave,
London’s finest stationery (not linked to the festival, just in the neighbourhood)
Present & Correct https://www.presentandcorrect.com
23 Arlington Way, Clerkenwell, London EC1R 1UY
We are all looking forward to the ‘Out Of Office’ discussion on Coworking held at
11 Clerkenwell Rd,
Luca will be the spot to hit for beautiful surroundings & a lovely dinner after all of that! Luca are offering festival attendees a complimentary negroni and bowl of parmesan fries with every meal!
88 St John St,
THURSDAY 23rd MAY 2019
We will be visiting Workplace House Which is a collaboration between leading brands in the workplace transformation space, bringing together the best workplace furniture, interiors and technology within one agile showroom. Workplace House brings together Avocor, Ascentae, AWA, Christy carpets, Kinnarps and Planet Partitioning
Too many showrooms end up disconnected from the reality of real-life workplaces – a collection of individual products divorced from their context. Today, work can happen anywhere, from small meeting rooms to large executive spaces, Workplace House is designed to create an exemplary experience that captures the best ways to work, creating a more collaborative and productive working environment for your teams.
69 Turnmill Street
We will be stopping for lunch at the lovely
Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings
42 Northampton Road
We will be popping into the new showroom of Bert & Frank (who we love)
at The Order of St. John which will showcase the best and most prestigious names in the luxury interiors world. Selected brands feature throughout the venue’s majestic Church, Crypt and Cloister garden.
The Order of St John,
St John’s Square,
Hotbox Hub, who make portable storage solutions for agile environments
11-12 Great Sutton Street,
18.00 - 20.00
We will be attending a talk on Sustainability at gorgeous Fora Space
“Healthy buildings: how sustainable workspaces affect social sustainability”Sustainability, co-working, technology: as designers are creating sustainable products and spaces to better the world, just how do “healthier” spaces affect our own social sustainability? How do you create and maintain a healthy community at work that supports future generations and the environment with Fora and editor of OnOffice Jessica-Christin Hametner.
59 Dallington St
If it all feels a bit overwhelming why not take a cycle tour of the area with Temple Cycles & breeze your way through the area instead!
After that we will be heading to party at the gorgeous
Icons of Denmark Showroom!
More information about EVERYTHING that is going on right here: