Following in the footsteps of Milan, Paris and New York, London is getting its first design destination called 'Clerkenwell London.'
The space is somewhere between a retail space and an art exhibit, but offers creatives a refuge to see the latest in niche design. The space combines the functions of an eatery, bar, library, design gallery and furniture outlet. Clerkenwell London can also be used as a small event space, and features a rotation of local and international works from jewelry to literature.
Certain themes remain permanent, for example the perfumery has its own in-house brand 'Synesthesia' and visitors can create their own scents. The space will have a diverse range of events, workshops, tastings and classes that cater to satisfy creative appetites.
'Clerkenwell' Offers a Space for Art and Design-Focused Events
1. Multipurpose Design Hubs - Opportunity for businesses to create multipurpose spaces that combine different functionalities, such as retail, art exhibits, and event spaces.
2. Niche Design Showrooms - Opportunity for businesses to showcase and sell niche design products in dedicated showrooms.
3. Experiential Design Spaces - Opportunity for businesses to create immersive and interactive design experiences for customers.
1. Hospitality - Hotels and restaurants can incorporate design galleries and showrooms to provide a unique and memorable experience for their guests.
2. Retail - Retailers can create pop-up shops or dedicated spaces that allow customers to explore and purchase niche design products.
3. Art and Design Events - Event organizers can create multi-functional spaces that cater to art exhibits, workshops, and creative events.