Discover an array of brands within unique spaces
A plethora of pop-up showrooms will be taking over distinctive venues across EC1, giving you the chance to uncover even more leading brands that you won’t want to miss.
Relay represents returns with an unmissable showcase including the likes of +HALLE, Baux, Mitab, Örsjö and Zeitraum (pictured) plus UK product launches by Form Us With Love, Gert Wingårdhs, Ingegerd Råman, Läufer and many more. Catch them at Chiltern Street Studios on Clerkenwell Road.
Fritz Hansen at Zaha Hadid Gallery
Fritz Hansen and Zaha Hadid Design present ‘Shaping Reality Through Time’, a celebration of design evolution, shown through chairs produced since Fritz Hansen’s inception in 1872. Many of the Heritage pieces and new designs will be seen at #CDW2019 for the first time in the UK.
KI at Paxton Locher House
KI makes its debut with ‘KI House’, at the stunning Paxton Locher House on Clerkenwell Green. Featuring talks, workshops and several new UK-designed & manufactured furniture collections for education and workplace.
KIOSK at 20 Clerkenwell Green
Discover the French design scene with a contemporary twist as 14 septembre reveal ?KIOSK! at CDW2019. You’ll find collections reinterpreting gallic savoir-faire from lighting, furniture and innovative material brand.
UHS at Lever Gallery
Over at Lever Gallery, you’ll see the latest product innovations by UHS Group and have the opportunity to find out about future trends in hospitality and commercial interiors through a host of discussions.
Nomique at Gabriel Showroom
Nomique will introduce a new collection with Vepa the furniture factory within a sustainable portfolio that combines Dutch design with outstanding quality. Nomique will also showcase the Plastic Whale Circular Range made from Amsterdam’s canal plastic.
Established & Sons at Fora, Dallington Street
British brand Established & Sons will debut a new collection of crossover designs in addition to a special installation. Be sure to check out Established&Sons@Work curated by Sebastian Wrong at Fora Dallington Street.