Top 10 Blogs on Clerkenwell Design Week 2012

Clerkenwell Design Week may have come to a close but the legacy of the event will continue for some time.

If you didn’t get the chance to head down or you simply want to reminisce there is lots of content to choose from. We wanted to give you our top 10 posts on Clerkenwell Design Week.

1.  Find out why Clerkenwell is an important event in the design calendar with interviews from the show Director, designer Bethan Gray and many more in our latest blog here.

Clay modelling of a Jaguar at Clerkenwell Design Week

2.  Watch Chas Douglas the clay modeller from Jaguar at work in this great interview. He has an outstanding passion for what he does and says he can’t wait to get to work in the morning, watch here.

3.  The entrance to the Farmiloe building was an archway clad in 20,000 wooden hexagons by London designer Giles Miller, find out more about the work through Dezeen.

4.  Arianna Trapani of Heart Home shared her thoughts on the SCIN Gallery exhibition on the ‘New Aesthetic Movement’.

5.  Lust was on the mind of Gerard McGuicken as he shared his favourite finds of Clerkenwell, read his post here.

@WalnutGrey being interviewed by Amtico

6.  The team at Llustre took can take you on a walking tour of Clerkenwell Design Week, as they snapped pictures along the way.

7.  More Clerkenwell in pictures, these are thanks to Wallpaper magazine

8.  Find out what the house of detention held in store for architect Talik Merlin.

9.  Despoke shared their highlights of Clerkenwell, read their review of Farmiloe Building

10.  More Clerkenwell in pictures, this time from our Facebook gallery

Happy reading!

 

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