Clerkenwell Design Week is back for its third year with a programme jam-packed with product launches, parties, auctions, debates, exhibitions, open studios and pop-ups – all adding up to the festival feel we’ve come to love.
The venues are always part of the attraction of Clerkenwell Design Week and this year is no exception. The Farmiloe Building, a former lead and glass warehouse, and The House of Detention, an underground Victorian prison return this year – and for the first time in 2012; they are joined by The Order of St John’s Priory, featuring a garden and a 12th century crypt.
Clerkenwell Design Week is becoming known for supporting and showcasing homegrown design talent. Young designer-makers from around the country, from Cornwall to Nottingham and West Sussex, will be exhibiting their latest designs.
British participants include: Another Country, Assembly Room, Bark Furniture, Dare Studio, deadgood, the new brand G&T by Bethan Gray, GuyandBrown, London manufacturer Hitch Mylius, Imogen Heath, Jennifer Newman, Liam Treanor, Ochre, the Scottish collective Textiles Scotland, Whetstone Oak and Young & Norgate.

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