Clerkenwell Design Week Postponed to May 2021

Clerkenwell Design Week Postponed to May 2021

* Clerkenwell Design Week has been postponed to May 25-27, 2021.

The festival has become a well-established, key event in the design calendar as well as a platform for brands to launch their latest products.

Building on the success of CDW's tenth anniversary last year, for 2020, expect a show full of the latest designs, innovations and creative ideas, striking installations celebrating the fascinating history of Clerkenwell, as well as hundreds of design-led fringe events, pop-ups, workshops, talks and showroom presentations. This year, Morag Myerscough will be speaking as part of Conversations at Clerkenwell and joins Sebastian Cox on the line up so far.

A number of brands will be marking significant milestones at the 2020 show, including iconic British furniture company, ercol who will celebrate their 100th anniversary as part of CDW. ercol will be launching a collection of new pieces which have been designed and developed in collaboration with Norm Architects, these pieces not only reflect ercol's heritage and craftsmanship but build further on ercol's vision for the future.

Renowned Danish furniture manufacturer, Fritz Hansen will also be bringing to life their first UK standalone showroom, which has just opened on Cowcross Street in Clerkenwell. The beautiful, two-floor space in the heart of London's busiest district for architecture and design, will play home to the full collection of Fritz Hansen furniture, lighting and accessories.

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