Last week the Kelling team visited the much-anticipated Clerkenwell Design Week 15. The exhibition spaces were a hive of activity and excitement, hosting an abundance of creative talent.
We have picked a few of our favourites from the show:
This Grade-II listed building, also known as the Farmiloe building, was the main hub of the festival. It hosted a wide range of exhibitors.
This quirky lighting company do the most gorgeous range of shades. Our favourite was ‘The Modern Ikat’ collection, designed by Ptolemy Mann.
Old Sessions House:
The most historic of all the exhibition spaces; The Old Sessions House was London’s first ever courthouse built in 1779. It’s grand regency interiors have been distressed over time, making it the perfect setting for a mixture of contemporary and traditional exhibitors.
Our favourite textile and print designers, famed for their psychedelic prints had their eclectic fabrics on show.
This exhibition showcased high-end luxury interiors and design.
A new discovery – they travel the world to find expert artisans and match the most skilled weavers in Guatemala with the finest furniture makers in England. They certainly know how to transform a room with their vibrant colours and patterns.