Clerkenwell 2019 Collaborations

Clerkenwell Design Week 2019 saw two of our client’s, Liqui Group and Chisel & Mouse showing-casing eye-catching installations in respective collaborative projects.

Liqui Group X Havwoods

Havwoods, the leading wood flooring specialists, commissioned Liqui Group to create several  eye-catching installations for their flagship Clerkenwell London showroom. These displays showcased a variety of pieces from Havwoods stunning new cork wall coverings collection, part of their superior range of over 400 flooring and wall cladding products.

The main display saw Liqui create a statement window structure which drew visitors to the showroom while still allowing them glimpses of further displays within. Liqui’s design team took simple flat Cork wall tiles and gave them a three-dimensional twist by creating a hanging structure that takes the form of asymmetrical drapes or curtains. The interwoven geometric pattern of the triangular cut tiles was held together by bespoke brackets specially made by Liqui Group.

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Elsewhere in the showroom was a three-dimensional cork wall made up of different sized faceted wall tiles that stand out from the surface. These were in two contrasting shades that faded from dark to light and took their inspiration from pixel art.

Chisel & Mouse X Deadgood.

Chisel & Mouse presented its biggest cityscape wall hanging model to date: a giant architectural sculpture of London. One of the world’s leading and most recognisable cities, the huge London cityscape is on display at British manufacturer Deadgood’s London showroom. With a collection of modern furniture, lighting and interior products designed and made in Britain, Deadgood embodies many of the principles of good design, while challenging the tired status quo and having fun with the creative process—values that Chisel & Mouse identify closely with.

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The London cityscape measures 185 cm x 110 cm, and provide an aesthetic, intricate model of the city’s landscape both north and south of the famous River Thames. A study in excellent craftsmanship, the giant London cityscape is certain to inspire and delight any design aficionado and urban devotee.

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