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"With the highest concentration of architects anywhere, a wide selection of designers of all types as well as showrooms of most of London's leading furniture design brands, my vote goes to Clerkenwell as Design Capital of the World."
Peter Murray, Architect

The fourth annual Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW) will welcome over 200 designers and manufacturers from Britain and across the globe, as they showcase their latest designs against the extraordinary backdrop of historic Clerkenwell.

This three-day festival is firmly established as one of the most influential and Innovative events on the international design calendar.

In addition to the fifty-strong community of furniture showrooms, CDW's exhibition venues represent centuries of the area's history. The Farmiloe Building, a former Victorian merchants warehouse, will play host to high-profile international brands.

The House of Detention, a subterranean Victorian prison, will form the festival's hotspot for new designers, and the 12th century crypt and charming garden of the Priory of the Order of St John, will act as the hub for interior decoration trends. For 2013 'Covered at Charterhouse Square' will also be launched- a pop-up venue in one of Clerkenwell's many open spaces showcasing surfaces brands for the resident A&D community.

2013 sees a huge number of brands returning and new to the festival including Vitra, Knoll, Boss, Domus Tiles, Deadgood, Dare Studio, Jennifer Newman, Muuto, Magis, Zanotta, Johnson Tiles, Dezeen, Arper, Brintons, Royal Mosa, Foscarini, Vitamin, Holloways of Ludlow, Se London, Plumen, Sharon Marston, CDS Tiles... the list goes on.

Talks, debates and parties will take place across the festival with renowned names including Tom Dyckhoff, Patricia Urquiola, The Bouroullec Brothers, Martin Ballendat, Christophe Egret, Shin Azumi, Kirsten Zumstein, Sam Jacobs, Kim Colin and Sarah Ochioka speaking at various events, with more to be announced.

Register for free entry here

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