For Clerkenwell Design Week 2018, Schlüter-Systems is working alongside three of its partners, all key players in the design and sourcing of high-end tile and stone.
The market leader in tiling systems will be making its way down to Pentagon Tiles’ unique ceramics showroom, 45-49 Leather Lane, recently nominated for a RIBA London regional award. Expert specification consultants from the company will also be on-hand at Caesar Ceramics’ Urban Lab and Solus Ceramics’ brand-new Design Hub in London’s architectural heartland of EC1.
Across all locations, they’ll seek to demonstrate how Schlüter’s solutions can help to support the beautiful ranges of tile and stone provided by these leading names.
With events running from mid-morning until late throughout the festival, which this year runs from 22-24th May, there’s plenty on show. During the day, the three showrooms will be throwing open their doors for open showroom events, with Caesar organising individually themed days in celebration of its 30th anniversary. Heading into the evening, there will be a number of exclusive invite-only sessions at the venues: from sophisticated cocktail gatherings and product launches at Pentagon, through era-themed DJ sessions that will set visitors up for the night at Caesar, to three nights of networking parties with drinks and nibbles at Solus.
Final details will be posted on Schlüter’s events website just before the festivities kick off; in the meanwhile the company’s expert team are preparing in earnest, for what’s set to be yet another excellent year of the UK’s leading independent design festival.
A full programme of events across CDW can be found at www.clerkenwelldesignweek.com.
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