Clerkenwell Design Week highlights

It was great to be back at Clerkenwell Design Week last week. It was bigger and better than ever and reminded us that there’s no greater place to see the trends and innovations that will influence the workspaces of the future.

Inspired; here’s a few things that stood out for us.

Icons of Denmark

The established Danish brand can always be relied on to deliver at #CDW but their brand-new showroom; with exposed brickwork and lofty vibes this was a fantastic space in which to showcase their modern portfolio of products.

The spectacular sunset at their rooftop party on opening night was pretty special too!

Boss Design

We loved the new Rosa range launched by Boss design. Without sacrificing quality or aesthetic it’s made-up of over 50% of recycled content and, up to 76% of the range is fully recyclable too.

Super comfy, but also super slick and sustainably made, there’s some elements here which we can’t wait to specify.


Another furniture company championing the circular economy is Profim with the launch of the Revo range created from REPP (recycled expanded polypropylene).

As well as being recyclable, the softly contoured modular range can be configured to suit every type of workspace facilitate different types of working environments.

Wild Vinyl Design

Hot and fresh on the market are Wild Vinyl Design Studio’s creative wall coverings. Their new and stunning of high-definition designs by Camden based artists are eye-catching, whimsical, and bold in pattern and colour.

We expect to see braver design choices and use of patterned wall coverings in workspaces as the office/home hybrid model continues to influence the office of the future.