This year’s Conversations at Clerkenwell will be held within Moth Pavilion, a lightweight, recycled fabric canopy, which rests between the trees of Spa Fields Park, supported by tubular steel legs. The canopy spans the pavilion floor protecting attendees from the spring weather and oversails the structure, providing opportunity for passers-by to pause.

Moth Pavilion has been designed by studioDA, the design and research office set up by Pereen d’Avoine and Nilesh Shah (Russian for Fish) and Pierre d’Avoine (Pierre d’Avoine Architects).

They are a team of makers, theorists and creators, connected by their pursuit of architecture that is innovative, crafted and above all humane.

Their approach is pragmatic, rational, and collaborative with clients and consultants in order to seek out the best and most appropriate response to brief and context.

London is their home, however they operate internationally as a highly qualified, diverse, experienced and motivated team with work in Africa, the Caribbean, East Asia, Europe, Russia and the UK.

View the full programme for Conversations at Clerkenwell here.