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In pictures: what to see at Clerkenwell Design Week 2015

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The AJ picks out the architectural highlights of the three-day-long creative festival

Agora on the Green 

Agora on the Green by Russ + Henshaw

Drawn up by the emerging design collaborative Russ + Henshaw, this pavilion features a ‘continuous folded surface which twists and lifts to form gateways, arches, a large public dining room’.

Hypnos: The architecture of sleep

HASSELL and Draisci Studio's Hypnos installation

Coloured felt hammocks hang from wooden beams in this interactive installation by HASSELL, Draisci Studio and Sto Werkstatt, exploring the architectural spaces needed for physical and mental rest.

Glaze

Glaze by Cousins and Cousins

Cousins & Cousins has constructed this pavilion for St John’s Square from coloured panels of glass which alternate between transparent and opaque.

Tensilation

Grimshaw pavilion

Hosting an exhibition of the practice’s industrial design work, Grimshaw’s pavilion is built from a super light-weight modular canopy system.

The Invisible Store of Happiness

The Invisible Store of Happiness by Laura Ellen Bacon and Sebastian Cox

This 3m-tall wooden installation is a collaboration between sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon and furniture designer Sebastian Cox.

Viva Contemplativa

Viva Contemplativa by GRUPPE

Swiss design studio GRUPPE has redefined Clerkenwell’s streets with a series of coloured ‘1 to 1 column and forum models’ inspired by classic Roman structures and children’s building blocks.

Wordplay

Wordplay by Monotype, Manou Bendon and Jan Mohammed

International type house Monotype has created this outdoor exhibition which mixes type with wood, vinyl, mirror, metal, concrete and light to create seven giant words in seven typefaces throughout Clerkenwell.

Clerkenwell Design Week runs from 19 - 21 May

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