With Clerkenwell Design Week (24-26 May 2016) almost upon us, London is set to see an influx of the great and good from the world of furniture and design. Featuring some of the leading names in architecture and design, CDW showcases a mix of global interiors superstars and many more of the home-grown variety, including the likes of Tom Dixon.
In years gone by, CDW has championed British Design and still continues to support and nurture British-based talent, a cause supported by the BFM (British Furniture Manufacturers). They believe that buying British is best, and here’s why...
Years, decades and centuries of tradition go into the manufacture of British furniture. Craft skills that have been conceived, developed and perfected in this country over decades and are still prevalent in factories up and down the country
- British furniture manufacturers source and use the finest components
- Stringent standards of environmental management and health and safety control, providing peace of mind for the ethically and morally aware consume
- Design is a major priority for British manufacturers whatever your taste
- After sales support is often a mandatory – reputation is important