Highlights from Clerkenwell Design Week 2019

Highlights from Clerkenwell Design Week 2019

May 31, 2019



Clerkenwell Design Week took place in London from May 21-23 where it also celebrated its 10th anniversary. Over three days, professionals and visitors had the opportunity to discover pop-ups and installations, and to attend workshops and talks. As always CovetED brings to you some of our favourite brands from the event. Keep looking and get inspired!


Bristol Light by Deadgood Studio


Highlights from Clerkenwell Design Week 2019


To celebrate its 15th birthday, British design brand Deadgood presented an installation of the Bristol Light, which is designed in house. Available in cobalt blue or clear crystal, the modern pendant lamp is created with the traditional free-blown glassmaking technique.


Rails by Gwendoline Porte


 Highlights from Clerkenwell Design Week 2019


Inspired by the form of railway tracks, the Rails collection comprises a series of playful and ergonomic limited-edition functional sculptures. “We spend a lot of time working, while wireless technology enables us to move around more freely,” says Gwendoline Porte. “I wanted to match that flexibility with a collection of timeless modules that suit the way we live and work now, whether in contemporary office spaces, hotel lobbies, or home living areas.”


Dawn to Dusk by Haberdashery


Highlights from Clerkenwell Design Week 2019


For the first time on display in the UK, the timeless Dawn to Dusk lamp by London-based design studio Haberdashery—which won the Best of the Best Red Dot Award 2019—is available as a sidelight and standing floor lamp. With its different colors (red, orange, peach, and white), it evokes the memory of sunrise and sunset. “We want to bring a smile to your face and warmth into your space,” says creative director and co-founder Ben Rigby.


Pastilles by Studiopepe for Tacchini


Highlights from Clerkenwell Design Week 2019


Designed by Studiopepe for Italian brand Tacchini, the Pastilles collection of small armchairs, ottomans, and coffee tables was presented in London for the first time at the 2019 edition of Clerkenwell Design Week. The soft shapes of these pieces bring back childhood memories while providing a high level of comfort.


Sequel by Alusid for Parkside



Sustainable forms are at the heart of the new Parkside showroom in Clerkenwell, and the tile company launched Sequel by Alusid to continue this theme during the festival. The sustainable collection of bowls, vases, glasses, and plates features 98 percent recycled content, reflecting how to combine green materials and beautiful design.


The Crawford Collection by Stellar Works x Tom Fereday



For the first time in the UK, Asian design brand Stellar Works showcased the Crawford collection, shaped by Australian designer Tom Fereday. Natural materials and tactile finishes characterize the sofa, bed, dining chair and tables from this new range released in association with retailer Lane Crawford.




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