The community pavilion, exhibited flags produced during a series of workshops attended by people living in the borough of Islington.
The flags were made of recycled plastic flakes that the participants composed and then fixed together with a heat press.
Visitors were invited to sit and enjoy the colourful bunting created from waste within Spa Fields during CDW.
Sponsored by Clerkenwell Design Week, designed and produced by Adam Blencowe and Thor ter Kulve in collaboration with Store Store, with materials donated by Veolia.
STORE, a London-based association of artists, architects, and designers composed of three core elements: an educational programme of art and architecture courses, wide-ranging public events and exhibitions, and a socially engaged design practice.
STORE aims to facilitate and drive local change within the urban environment. Since its formation in 2011, a group has developed to form an association whose output and ethos reflects the values and talents of its members. In this time, STORE has occupied a variety of spaces, each of which has formed a nexus for projects and events beneficial to the local community. STORE is a vehicle through which its members can apply their creative energy to projects that engage directly with the socio-economic challenges of the 21st century. A few of the tutors include Tessa Silva-Dawson, James Shaw, Federik Petersen and Kevin Green.