Clerkenwell Design Week. It’s on!

White has designed The Museum of Making, one of the site-specific pavilions for the 2016 Clerkenwell Design Week, which runs in London from 24-26 May 2016.

Located on St John’s Square and visible from Clerkenwell Road, The Museum of Making is at the centre of the festival, which celebrates Clerkenwell as one of the most important design hubs, home to more creative businesses and architects per square mile than anywhere else in the world. The form of the pavilion – a Swedish barn – references to our Scandinavian heritage. The Museum of Making is built from Equitone cladding panels arranged in section to create an open yet sheltered space to bring people together.

Dezeen presents five “must-sees” at this years event:  http://www.dezeen.com/2016/05/19/clerkenwell-design-week-2016-must-see-best-installations-highlights-preview/

Linda Thiel, Director of White’s London studio, will speak at “Waste not, want not: Conversations at Clerkenwell” programme, on Wednesday 25 May, 14.30. http://en.white.se/calendar/white-arkitekter-discusses-reuse-as-a-design-strategy-at-clerkenwell/

Nina Borgström and Steven Rowland will share White´s reflections and experiences from living the digital revolution in a large, changing organisation: BIM – the tension in change. From minding your own business to a participatory culture.
http://en.white.se/calendar/bim-the-tension-in-change-from-minding-your-own-business-to-a-participatory-culture/

Clerkenwell Pavilion