At Work

Established & Sons to debut new designs
at Clerkenwell Design Week

London based Established & Sons will debut a new collection of crossover designs to inspire work at home, in the office, in shared spaces and everywhere in-between at Clerkenwell Design Week from 21 to 23 May 2019. The GRID SOFA (Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec) the KD TABLE and BEAM TABLE (Konstantin Grcic) and the LUCIO CHAIR (Sebastian Wrong) are considered responses to the rise of the live-work space and shifting attitudes towards aesthetics in the working environment.

The new collection will be launched in a special installation—Established & Sons @Work—curated by Sebastian Wrong at Fora—Clerkenwell—Dallington Street, one of east London’s most innovative co-working spaces. Conceived as a complete take-over of Fora’s breakout spaces, the installation will invite visitors to explore the possibilities of Established & Sons’ new, innovative designs by trying them out with free hot-desking, wi-fi and refreshments from Forage, Fora—Clerkenwell—Dallington Street’s in-house cafe. The installation will be complemented by a series of talks, workshops and events.

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
A colourful room-within-a-room, the raw shell of the GRID SOFA provides a base for modular seating, shelves,
tables and screens, which can be integrated in different ways to create a playful and multifunctional environment
for informal meetings, presentations or simply hanging out.

Konstantin Grcic
Konstantin Grcic brings together aesthetic precision and ruthlessly efficient engineering with the KD TABLE.
A combination of industrial components and machined steel parts, the table is an exercise in purity of function,
form and detail.

Konstantin Grcic Based on an everyday icon – the I-beam girder – the BEAM TABLE is designed to last a lifetime. Merging premium design with an industrial aesthetic and an undeniably strong presence, the table is equally at home in an artisan’s workshop, a family home or a live-work space.

Sebastian Wrong
The LUCIO CHAIR combines maximum comfort with minimum weight to create a super-comfortable, idiosyncratic lounge chair that’s easy to move. The supportive, upholstered body is connected to a tubular-steel frame with a textile cover with a unique upholstery effect that features slashes inspired by the paintings of Italian artist Lucio Fontana.