Clerkenwell Design Week shines again

Lighting highlights at Clerkenwell Design Week, The Design Factory…

Innovative lighting continues to play a vital part in making The Design Factory one of the most inspiring lighting showcases in the world. This year, some of the best lighting names in the industry will take over the top floor of The Farmiloe Building – from Anglepoise with the launch of its new Type75™ Maxi Collection designed by Sir Kenneth Grange, to Holloways of Ludlow showcasing the latest Jielde lights. Key lighting exhibitors also include the likes of Vibia, Prandina, Catellani and Smith, Studio Italia Design and ModoLuce.

Estonian-born Johanna Tammsalu has taken lighting to another level with her handspun, ceramic pendant lights which will be on show during the festival.

KAIA will be exhibiting at Clerkenwell Design Week for the first time. The luxury lighting brand will be launching new lighting objects at Detail in St John’s Square. Established seven years ago by designer Peter Straka, luxury lighting brand KAIA combines functional beauty with a timeless aesthetic. From single source, floor standing and table lights to multiples and chandeliers, KAIA lighting sits perfectly at ease across a broad spectrum of interior architecture.

Dyke & Dean will be bringing their Lighting Pic ‘N’ Mix shop to the retail floor the The Design Factory. They will be on hand to make up lights and advise on current projects. They will be showing their new range of Crow Canyon marble enamel-wear will, this will be the UK launch of these products.

Vibia will present WIREFLOW, designer Arik Levy’s new pendant lighting collection that symbolizes linear and three dimensional geometries as hanging sculptures of light in space. Arik Levy will be creating a installation on The Design Factory with the new WIREFLOW lights.

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