5 Must See Designers At Clerkenwell 2017
Now in its eighth annual edition, Clerkenwell Design Week (the annual focus for London’s leading design district) features leading events such as talks, workshops and installations as well as a curated selection of high-end furniture, lighting, kitchen and bathroom products from long established brands and emerging designers alike. Read on as the Warehouse Home team share 5 must see designers at CDW17.
1. Samuel Heath
Combining time-honoured craftsmanship with the latest in innovative technologies, British manufacturer Samuel Heath offers a collection of beautifully crafted bathroom fittings and hardware each made from hand finished solid brass. Spot The Landmark collection in Warehouse Home Issue Five.
2. Very Good & Proper
Considered, functional and beautiful Very Good & Proper design and manufacture furniture of the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. Inspired by classic post-war design, we profile the Canteen Utility chair here.
3. The Watermark Collection
Brooklyn based brassware studio The Watermark Collection continue to push the boundaries of design, presenting products which example the honesty of materials, tactility and individuality. See more of their hand crafted collection in Warehouse Home Issue Four.
Designers and makers of handmade English furniture, as ever deVOL will present a considered mix of classic and contemporary kitchen furniture alongside a collection of simple, artisan products made from wood, clay and metal. Clerkenwell Design Week 2015 saw the launch of The Sebastian Cox kitchen by deVOL, read about it in Warehouse Home Issue Four.
5. J.Adams & Co
Inspired by the traditional lanterns of Best & Lloyd, J.Adams & Co will present a sophisticated collection of lighting designed to suit today’s modern manufacturing techniques.
Clerkenwell Design Week runs from the 23 – 25th of May 2017 register here to attend for free!
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