Five years at Clerkenwell Design Week
We have just returned from our fifth show at Clerkenwell Design Week, the last year that we will exhibit in the Farmiloe building as the building now undergoes the first change to this iconic building since George Farmiloe & Sons left in 1999. The history of the Farmiloe Building dates back to 1868, when it was designed by Lewis Henry Isaacs and constructed by Browne & Robinson.
Aiming to give the historic building a permanent use and regenerate the vacant adjacent site, the proposal from architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios includes commercial offices, retail areas and affordable workspace.
You can read more about their plans in this post by Creative Clerkenwell.