The eight edition of Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW) will be held May 23-25. As the annual focus for London's leading design district, the festival has been modelled to reflect the unique nature of this vibrant and creative London hub.
Following the success of last year's event which introduced a new layout to over 34,000 visitors, 2017 will again play host to hundreds of design-led exhibitions, showroom presentations, talks and installations. Activities will run over 3-days with unique exhibitions spanning north to south from Spa Fields down to Farringdon.
Running North to South, CDW2017 exhibitions are: Design Fields (international contemporary design), Platform (up-and-coming designers), Project (contract design), Additions (interior products), British Collection (UK designers) and Detail (luxury interiors).
There will be an array of new products from leading UK and international brands launching during CDW this year. Set across seven main exhibition spaces, venues include the House of Detention, Fabric, Spa Fields and St James Church. Each venue offers a distinct display, showing a breadth of creativity that makes CDW such an important part of the London design calendar.
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