23-25 May 2023

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Virtual tours

Missed #CDW2020? Take a look back at some of the exhibition venues featured during CDW's 10th anniversary via these virtual tours shot by Theatro 360

Explore the barrel roofed Crypt of St James’s Church, descend into the depths of the House of Detention, take a stroll around fabric nightclub and uncover the best in product design from around the world!


The former cold-store turned nightclub fabric, hosts Light – an exhibition dedicated to top international lighting brands within its brick vaults accompanied by spectacular stand-alone lighting installations.


Detail at The Order of St. John reflects principles of fine craftsmanship and high glamour, showcasing the best and most prestigious names in the luxury interiors world. 


Elements brings together a leading selection of ironmongery, hardware, switch plates and architectural accessories. The exhibition takes place within a street-market style pavilion on St John’s Square.

British Collection

British Collection is located in the barrel roofed Crypt on Clerkenwell Green, of St James’s Church. Some of the UK’s most exciting homegrown talent showcase their latest product designs.


Within the subterranean House of Detention, Platform, showcases some of the world’s most exciting up-and-coming design talent. Exploiting the venue’s atmospheric architecture, Platform creates a stunning backdrop for a curated collection of international and cutting-edge design.


Set in the beautiful grounds of St James Church, Project brings together a leading selection of contract furniture and surface brands from around the globe. Launched in 2016, Project’s has been so successful that it was extended to cover three pavilions for Clerkenwell Design Week 2019.



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