Around Clerkenwell: Zaha Hadid’s Design Gallery Opens
By Gemma Riberti

As part of Clerkenwell Design Week, Zaha Hadid’s Design Gallery and Showroom in East London has opened its doors to the public.

May 24, 2013
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As part of Clerkenwell Design Week, Zaha Hadid’s Design Gallery in East London has opened its doors to the public.

The new showroom on Goswell Road in East London showcases select pieces from legendary architect Zaha Hadid’s extensive archive, and is also hosting several events during the festival.

Futuristic furniture and innovative designs are shown across two floors; for this week only, visitors have the chance to see an eclectic selection of architectural models on the top floor.

Now in its fourth year, Clerkenwell Design Week is the UK’s leading independent design festival. A three-day annual festival, visitors are treated to workshops, product launches, presentations and over 60 showrooms are involved.

The gallery space is open until May 25. Keep watching the site for our forthcoming report and top picks from this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week. – Babette Radclyffe-Thomas


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