The ninth edition of Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW) will take place from 22nd to 24th May. As the annual focus for London’s leading design district, the festival programme has been created to reflect the unique nature of this vibrant London hub which is home to a plethora of creative businesses, design consultancies, showrooms and architectural practices.
The rich heritage architecture of an 1870s warehouse was the backdrop for Biasol’s eighth collaboration with Grind. The project occupies a prime location in London’s up-and-coming Clerkenwell neighbourhood, alongside some of the city’s next generation of dining venues.
For many people, the heart of the home is the kitchen, but this is a room that’s often overlooked when it comes to design. Often kitchens are white and neutral – with design as an afterthought. Reform wants to change this. The company collaborates with the best Danish and internationally-acclaimed architects to reform kitchens – and our everyday lives – with great design.
The main terrace of Les Jardins d’Étretat sits on the famous cliff d’Amont. At this unique place, Claude Monet spent many long hours working on his canvases – a series of paintings and sketches based on ‘Les Falaises d’Étretat’. The connoisseurs and lovers of art from across the globe travel here for inspiration. This terrace is a magnet for artists, garden aficionados, nature, architecture and art lovers, as well as the admirers of Claude Monet’s work and successors to the master painter.