Nest collection by Form Us with Love for +HALLE. This collection's bold silhouettes combine function and aesthetics. Photography courtesy of +HALLE and Clerkenwell Design Week.
One and a Half tables by 84 Designs. Photography courtesy of 84 Designs and Clerkenwell Design Week.
Domestic Collectables by Venezuelan product and furniture designer Grace Souky. Divided into Surfaces, Containers, and Tools, each one of the 12 pieces serves more than one purpose. Photography courtesy of Grace Souky and Clerkenwell Design Week.
Hand-drawn cushion by graphic artist and designer Emma J Shipley. Taking inspiration from patterns in nature, Shipley draws each design by hand in pencil. Photography courtesy of Emma J Shipley and Clerkenwell Design Week.
Otis chairs by John Green. The collection comes in a spectrum of customizable colorways and upholstery options. Photography courtesy of John Green and Clerkenwell Design Week.
Mudra chair by Doshi Levien for John Lewis. Doshi Levien’s dynamic pieces are inspired by the elegance of Scandinavian modernism and mid-century Italian design. Photography courtesy of John Lewis and Clerkenwell Design Week.
Mylo benching system by James Burleigh. The piece is available in various solid timbers, an array of fabrics, and different width spans. Photography courtesy of James Burleigh and Clerkenwell Design Week.
Mondrian Sofa by French architect Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform. The Mondrian Collection, which comprises this sofa and three coffee tables, was inspired by Dutch artist Piet Mondrian and features the clean lines and asymmetrical balance of his paintings. Photography courtesy of Poliform and Clerkenwell Design Week.
New fully customisable shelving solution by British craft furniture brand Another Country. Photography courtesy of Another Country and Clerkenwell Design Week.
Bed by Lozi. Made from oak veneer and birch plywood, the first Lozi bed frame features curved corners and ample under-bed storage. Photography courtesy of Lozi and Clerkenwell Design Week.