White Arkitekter's Museum of Making pavilion for Clerkenwell Design Week 2016. Photograph by Jo Underhill



Clerkenwell Design Week

Clerkenwell is a small area of London that boasts a comparatively large creative community. Every May, its architecture firms, design studios and furniture brands celebrate their neighbourhood with a three-day festival.

Local studios are commissioned to design and construct installations around the district – and many visitors used our roundup of the five best to help decide what to see this year.

Presentations by exhibitors at different showrooms and hub venues were dominated by interesting workplace interiors and furniture, as new technologies were seen to drive a major rethink of office design.

Another of the most prominent launches from Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 was the "world's first" 3D-printed consumer wheelchair, created by Benjamin Hubert's studio Layer.

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