Hack your senses
This immersive installation by design collective Hack The Senses and Norwegian brand HÅG is a multi-sensory extravaganza offering playful and interactive encounters that will challenge you to go beyond the boundaries of perception. It’s a pretty cool way to spend your lunch hour. Book a 40-minute slot here.
May 23–25, 10am to 5pm | 63 Central Street EC1V 3AF
Make your own terrarium
Love the terrarium trend? Now’s your chance to make your very own mini tropical design in this fun workshop by the ultra-cool Botanique Boutique.
23–25 May, 10am to 4pm | 1 Northburgh Street, EC1V 0AL
Discover next year’s top trends
Get up to speed on your design trends with star interiors blogger and founding editor of Confessions of a Design Geek. Katie Treggiden gives the low-down on what was hot at this year’s Milan Design Week, held at Milliken.
May 23, 12pm to 1pm | 5 Berry Street, EC1V 0AA
Spin a good yarn
No, we don’t mean telling tales. Here you can watch sustainable textile brand Camira spinning their latest colourful wool collections and also have a go yourself.
May 23–25, 10.30am to 3pm | 8&10 Brewhouse Yard, EC1V 4DG
Note Studio and Le Corbusier talks
If you can’t get enough of the Scandi aesthetic, you’ll love listening to the very cool Swedish brand Note Studio discussing the key to getting the look just right. However, if you’re more of a modernist, there’s a talk dedicated to Le Corbusier and the intricacies of his world-famous ‘Polychromie Architecturale’ colour system. The event is held to coincide with the launch of Domus’ Le Corbusier LCS Ceramics Collection. Check out the other talks at Domus throughout the week.
May 23–25 | 50 Great Sutton Street, EC1V 0DF
Pop-up art in a garage
While it’s not something you’d probably expect to see in a backstreet loading bay, British carpet brand Brintons has collaborated with artist and filmmaker Shezad Dawood to create an immersive art installation in this unusual venue down Pear Tree Street. During the week there’ll also be plenty of talks and events, including ‘The Fall and Rise of Clerkenwell’, which is chaired by TV presenter and architecture critic Tom Dyckhoff. To book your place at any of these events, click here.
May 23–25 | 132–140 Goswell Rd, EC1V 7DY
Chef Rowley Leigh talks design
This hotly anticipated event at Bulthaup sees famous British chef and restaurateur Rowley Leigh tell stories of working with architects over his established career and how the design of professional and domestic kitchens has changed dramatically over that time. You won’t want to miss it for the Rowley Leigh-inspired canapés and drinks alone… Reserve your spot here.
May 23, 6.30pm to 8.30pm| 36–42 Clerkenwell Road, EC1M 5PS
To see the full programme of events, talks and workshops, click here.