Hello Clerkenwell!
Clerkenwell Design Week has begun! We've opened our doors to our brand new interior, a workspace you've never experienced before.

And the first day of Clerkenwell Design Week has dawned bright and sunny! At showroom 78, our London Design Centre, we’re off to a great start, revealing our newly designed serene space. With a wealth of new product and creative sideshows, we’re hosting a great experience introducing the latest design trends and ideas for the workplace. Let us transport you to a serene space; a blissful sanctuary that escapes the high-tech buzz of the modern workspace environment, a new kind of luxury that will nurture wellbeing and foster a creative spirit.

Not only are we introducing the new concept of a serene sanctuary, we are also welcoming three new concept products, alongside the new Residences range. Coleman is amongst these three; a solid oak modular shelving system, which can also be adapted to create a zone dividing structure to house a collaborative meeting point. Then we have Vista, a crittal style pivot screen with panes of removable glass, another zone dividing solution that filters light through your space. And Palisades II, a new version of the original Palisades Grid with a square profile tube design, presented in the form of an above-desk screen and as a zone creator.

We will also be presenting a newly designed Railway Carriage with even more style options than ever before! So come and be freshly inspired, try your hand at the traditional Japanese art of origami, combining biophilic design with creative expression, or pedal your way to a smoothie with our Smoothiebike. Not only will the most efficient pedaller of the week be awarded with their very own smoothie, but they will also win a new pair of Bose headphones!

We look forward to seeing you in our sunfilled design centre amongst other creative geniuses visiting Clerkenwell this week!

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