Hello, wonderful world of interior design! As always, another Monday has arrived. However, thanks to our delightful British bank holidays, we don’t have to start lamenting the weekend just yet; (thank you Spring bank holiday!)
So, whatever you’re doing with your long weekend, take a read of our weekly roundup of interior design news.
Without further ado, here’s our (bank holiday special) interior design Monday bulletin:
Clerkenwell Design Week 2017
Last week, London was host to Clerkenwell Design Week 2017, which boasted over 200 architectural and design studios, showrooms, and workshops. Thanks to the now annual festival, (2017 was CDWs’ 8th year), the Clerkenwell area of central London is currently considered a creative hub.
The event itself showcased an array of new products from the UK across its eight main exhibition spaces.
Have a flick around the different exhibition themes showcased last week here.
New Interior Design Shop Opens in Scunthorpe
You didn’t have to tell us that interior design knows no barriers, but it seems the UK is finally catching on!
The Scunthorpe Telegraph reported a new interior design shop opening up in the town centre – perhaps the Midlands is the place to watch?
V&A Museum Showcases ‘Robotic Craft’ in New Shop DesignThe V&A is always at the forefront of design and technology, so it’s no surprise that they’re demonstrating innovative techniques again.
It seems robots were used to manufacture components of the two pavilions, which form the new shop for the V&A Museum in London.
Read more about it here!
Construction Begins on ZHA’s Slovakian Sky Park
Work has begun on the ZHA’s Sky Park in Slovakia, and the design transforms the formerly abandoned industrial site with a 215,278-square-foot park, plus 700 apartments and 592,000 square feet of retail and office space.
The project is breath-taking – find out about the whole undertaking here.
Yafo Deli in Paris Showcases Millennial Pink
Anyway, get back in the beer garden and enjoy the rest of your bank holiday weekend. We hope you enjoyed the Monday bulletin, pop back next week for another round-up of interior design news.