Thank you to our #CDW2017 Sponsors

#CDW2017 wouldn’t have been possible without the help of our official sponsors. Each helped to make our eighth year memorable and the best festival yet! Have a look at the individual collaborations, below.

Renault UK invited visitors to take a ride in their electric Twizy’s, adding colour and vibrancy to the streets of EC1.


Renowned for their audio-visual expertise, Bang & Olufsen sponsored Icon House of Culture at Fabric taking over Dance Room 3 with an exclusive installation. They also launched their latest wireless speaker system BeoSound Shape.


Ceramic and glass tile manufacturer, British Ceramic Tile collaborated with brick artist and architect David Hughes on an exclusive LEGO sculpture.


Cosentino City London were the official sponsors of the festival showroom map. They also hosted talks and a range of evening events at their showroom serving tapas, oysters and cava of course!


Creatif showcased their Cube acoustic booth system with specially crafted Cubes in Brewhouse Yard, Great Sutton Street and in their showroom Design Hub Clerkenwell.


Using the theme of ‘reflections’, Tarkett and Desso provided a flooring installation for the Talks space. Designed by Nina Bailey of Desso, the spectacular flooring integrated Desso’s Fields and Fuse Create carpet tiles and Tarkett’s ID Square planks.


eporta were on hand to streamline the visitor experience with instant access to trade accounts set up with exhibitors at the show.


Hakwood returned to the festival as sponsors of Double Vision, celebrating pattern and form with a 4-meter high installation of recursive patterns located within Clerkenwell Close.


Karndean Designflooring unveiled Kaleidoscope in collaboration with Sally Hogarth, the captivating series of installations were displayed along the official festival trail.


HARMONY invited visitors to toy with the latest trends at the Brewhouse Yard Playbox with garden games and their latest collections.