Clerkenwell Design Week has finished for another year!
As you may have noticed, de have recently been commissioning influential architects and designers to select interesting products for us during the major international design events. This time, we asked Nicola Gartland, an Interior Architect (who’s work we will be including in our forthcoming printed edition of de – out soon ) to take a look around.
Nicola Gartland is the director and founder of Room 33, an interior design studio in the commercial sector. The practice is dedicated to creating brand conscious and creative environments for companies of all sizes from pop up bars and boutique shops to large scale restaurants and showrooms.
With origins stemming from a degree in Fine Art and 8 years on the job architectural training, Room 33 combines creative flare with practical and technical know-how resulting in the realisation of outstanding environments and successful brands. Nicola’s careful selection of products from this years Clerkenwell Design Week demonstrates her creative eye and playful sense of humour, factors which are instrumental in her current successful practice.
Room 33 is definitely a design studio to watch out for during the next few years. Here is her selection…
Chairs by Assemble a design & architecture collective based in London
Parlour Lighting- a family of limited edition lighting products, designed by Donna Bates
Multi position office table by Tilt
Swing Table from Duffy London
Wallpaper from Kit Miles
HYBRID no, 1 & 2 from the HYBRID collection by Interior & Product Designer Merve Kahraman
Hooked – A new Lighting Collection from Buster and Punch
Wallpaper from Tracy Kendall
And finally flooring with a difference from Bolefloor