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Join Interface at this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW) for the launch its latest global campaign, Negative to Positive, which will showcase how beautiful thinking is dramatically changing the built environment.

Negative to Positive represents the latest stage in the global modular flooring manufacturer’s on-going Mission Zero journey, to eliminate any negative impact it has on the environment by 2020. It also builds on the momentum of its Beautiful Thinking campaign – which focuses on the individuals (Beautiful Thinkers) who have driven real innovation in their industries and beyond.

The festival will also see the premiere of Interface’s latest global collection, World Woven by David Oakey of David Oakey Designs. World Woven draws on the uncomplicated, imperfect yet beautiful nature of traditional hand-crafted materials.

In celebration of its latest campaign and global launch, Interface is taking visitors on a journey of discovery along the Clerkenwell trail with spaces at Project (Garden of St James), Detail (St John’s Square) and the Interface Showroom on Northburgh Street. Interface is also hosting an eclectic mix of seminars, workshops and exhibitions. Find out more about the programme of events.

 

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