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Design

The hair stylist is co-founder of the Hunter Collective, a membership-based, shared salon space for fashion and beauty professionals in Farringdon Road. She tells us about flexible working, hosting ‘secret’ concerts and hanging out at The Eagle pub.

 

For kitchen company DeVol, having one showroom in Clerkenwell was simply not enough – it’s got two. There's clearly something about the place.

 

It’s hard to imagine now but furniture company Allermuir started life as a two man welding firm in Blackburn in 1971.

 

Clock manufacturer John Smith & Sons was a global player, and a feature of Clerkenwell for well over a century. Carl Gardner tells its story.

 

There are many reasons why Clerkenwell has become a “design destination”, and they’re all interwoven. But, like all of life, the story starts with one, vital thing: water.

 

From its restaurants and shops to the history and rich cultural heritage, Clerkenwell has got a lot to offer. But if there’s one thing we keep coming back to, it’s design - EC1 is a world-class global hub for the design community.

 

It's a world away from EC1 (literally) but that doesn't mean we can't appreciate it (and it's Clerkenwell Design Week's sister event.)

 

1 million people. That's the number of visitors who have been to the mathematics space The Winton Gallery at the Science Museum

 

There are exciting times at the Post right now, as our January/February issue sees the launch of the brand new Clerkenwell Post Design Guide.

 

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