Is there really any way to be prepared for Clerkenwell Design Week? As an exhibitor, or a punter - we think not. Each year it seems to get bigger and better and this year was no exception.
The Collective stand at Design Fields as part of Clerkenwell Design week 2018 was buzzing with activity all week with an outstanding amount of visitors who wanted to know more about the what we do.
Incase you missed it, we provide clever, simple and sustainable furniture and finish products to the interiors market.
Woven Image Echopanel is a tactile, sophisticated acoustic treatment which everyone just wanted to touch and talk to - yes talk to. It doesn't talk back, but EchoPanel Balance absorbs 65% of sound waves so is a great listener. Being made from 60% recycled bottles, if it could talk there is no doubt it would have a tale to tell.
Ophelis sum and docks were elegantly poised in a pallet of pastels and offered reprieve to many weary legs over the three days.
Docks and Sum have both won loose furniture product of the year at Mixology so it was no surprise they drew quite the crowd.
The outdoor range from Loll Designs went down so well, much of the furniture on the stand was sold to local residents who were so taken with the fun, durable designs that they purchased the items then and there, before carrying it home with them at the end of the show! After doing the comfort test and explaining the products are made from 100% recycled plastic, a demonstratio of the integrated bottle top opener is all the icing that cake needs.
For those who came along to see us, thank you 🙏🏽, for those who couldn't make it then we hope to see you during London Design Week 2019.
A huge, massive, sincere thank you to:
- All the amazing people who came along and spent time with us.
- Heather from Loll Designs, Scott from Surface Matter and Holger Ophelis for all of your time, energy and enthusiasm.
- Charlotte Dunroe and Harry "the kid' White, the ultimate wheel turners and domino stackers.
- Alex Howard from Clerkenwell Design Week, for making the "first time" as smooth a process as it possibly could be