Clerkenwell Design Week - 2019 › Not to miss

Lemonnier Guillaume Agence 14 Septembre
› Lemonnier Guillaume

INSTALLATION // Office hockey

Who said office chairs were boring? 

The iconic Aeron chair by Herman Miller certainly proves this isn't the case...  a real American sport comes to Clerkenwell this week. 

#workhardplayhard 

Spotted at: Herman Miller, Brewhouse Yard

 

 

  • OndarettaOndaretta
  • OndarettaOndaretta
Lemonnier Guillaume Agence 14 Septembre
› Lemonnier Guillaume

My favourite today : Ondaretta

 Spanish furniture brand Ondaretta have a beautiful collection in contemporary hues and clean lines. Using raw materials and inspired but the surfaces, that adapt to our shape and movement, like sand on a beach.  The way their furniture is configurated aims to bring people closer together, establish links and strengthen relationships... bringing charm and comfort to meeting and facilitate conversations. 

A creative collection for creative types -  I'm feeling inspired!  

https://www.ondarreta.com/es/products

 

  • KIOSK scenographyKIOSK scenography
  • GienGien
  • Flax acoustic panel, PLA by VarianFlax acoustic panel, PLA by Varian
  • Chers Parisien by Maison Fragile / Ober Surfaces Chers Parisien by Maison Fragile / Ober Surfaces
  • Sammode Studio x Pierre Guariche Sammode Studio x Pierre Guariche
Bréas Laurène Agence 14 Septembre
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KIOSK Pop Up // Made in France design

At 14 Septembre we like to do things differently!

KIOSK is not just online!  It's also a beautiful showcase of Made in France brands at our pop up showroom. 

We were proud to display work by our clients, in a bespoke scenography by the 14 Septembre creative studio. 

  -  Maison Fragile

 -  Gien 

 -  Sammode Studio 

 - Ober Surfaces

 - CELC - The European Federation of Flax and Hemp 

 -  Maiori 

 

Clerkenwell Design Week - 2019 - May 21 - Tuesday - 14 Septembre
Martineaud Cédric Agence 14 Septembre
› Martineaud Cédric

Here are seven routes to follow if you only have two hours to stroll through CDW.

Route # 1: Light

Light exhibition (Fabric Nightclub, 77A Charterhouse Street, EC1M 6HJ)  

Showrooms: Bert Frank, Calex holland, Mount Lighting, Imagin Lighting, Grok 

Route # 2: British brands

British Collection (Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell Close, EC1R 0EA)

Showrooms: Dare studio, West & Reid, Benchmark, Channels, Hand and Eye.

And don't forget to pay us a visit, as we are just in front with a collection of French Brands (20 Clerkenwell Green
EC1R 0QE).

Route # 3: Deco

Design Fields (Spa Fields, Northampton Road EC1R 0DF) 

Showrooms: Abitex, Bute Fabrics, Geberit , Humanscale, Piaval.

Route # 4: Emerging talent

Platform (House of Detention, 12 Sans Walk, EC1R 0AS)

Showrooms: Glas design, ROAR Creativity, Olenka, Spitfire Furniture, Trouping color.

Route # 5: Contract

Project (Garden of St James, St James Walk, EC1R 0EA) 

Showrooms: Modulyss, Pyro + Echo, Rigg, Orn, Création Baumann.

Route # 6: Equipment

Elements (St John’s Square, EC1M 4DS) 

Showrooms: Bisque, Billi Uk, Dowsing & Reynolds, Harbrine, Designer doorway.


Route # 7: Craftsmanship & glamour

Details (The Order of St John, St John’s Square, EC1V 4JJ)

Showrooms: Calderdale, Muraspec, WOW Glass, Kasthall, Arte.

  • Dominoté collection by Antoinette Poisson for GienDominoté collection by Antoinette Poisson for Gien
  • Dépareillées collection by GienDépareillées collection by Gien
  • Dépareillées collection by GienDépareillées collection by Gien
  • Dominoté collection by Antoinette Poisson for GienDominoté collection by Antoinette Poisson for Gien
  • Dominoté collection by Antoinette Poisson for GienDominoté collection by Antoinette Poisson for Gien
Bréas Laurène Agence 14 Septembre
› Bréas Laurène

Don't joke with Tea time!

When it comes to dinner plates or tea sets,  in recent years the tableware industry has seen a surge in colour and textures. Flat colour is almost a thing from the past, and the key to the perfect table is personalisation, feel and style. 

Tea time in the UK is no joke. Visit any London office between 3 and 5pm and you can be sure you'll find a few employees sipping the golden brew. And, whether it's simply with a splash of milk or served with a delicious cream scone, tea time is always 'lovely' , as the British would say.

But tea time has become a serious business in France as well. Almost exactly hundred years ago,  an Englishman by the name of Thomas Hall was eager to promote tea time and fine faïence in France and founded Gien. Originally producing sophisticated pieces of French-made faïence inspired by English know-how, today the brand is a decorative arts favourite, recognised the world over.

Keeping up with new trends, Gien has brought out new collections that feature an array of colours and shapes: 50 different patterns and over 3000 references, ranging from plates to unique hand-painted pieces, created both from archive material and by prominent contemporary artists. What a success! 

What's your favourite? We like the floral and geometric Dominoté collection,  in collaboration with up-and-coming wallpaper makers Antionette Poisson, as well as the more traditional motifs of Les dépareillées, from Gien’s 19th century archives. 

gien.com 

 

Our trendspotters on the ground

Max Fraser, Nicolas Roope and Cédric Martineaud.

The ones to watch…

Looking for inspiration in London?

Here’s a few ideas of who to follow this week -  leading designers and journalists in the industry.

Find out what they are up to during Clerkenwell Design Week so as not to miss a trick.

Come and say bonjour!

Stop by KIOSK by 14 Septembre, a new French design destination during Clerkenwell Design Week. We’ve brought you an innovative selection of our agency’s interiors clients from across the channel: Made in France lighting, furniture, tableware and material manufacturers from the likes of Sammode Studio, Maiori, Gien, Maison Fragile, Ober Surfaces and CELC - The European Confederation of Flax And Hemp.
Come and meet our London team and discover a selection of nouvelle vague petites maisons, classic greats and gallic savoir-faire.

Where to find us

Walk 5 minutes from Farringdon station, or jump off the bus at St John Street, and you’ll find us on the corner of Clerkenwell Green, at number 20. Nestled right in the centre, we’re a stone’s throw from Clerkenwell Design Week’s Project and Elements exhibits. A happy coincidence, our So French!showcase is almost directly opposite the British Collection exhibit – so come and say hi (but don’t mention Brexit).

KIOSK by 14 Septembre

20 Clerkenwell Green
London EC1R 0QE

Bus stop: St John Street /  Clerkenwell Green
Underground: Farringdon

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