Workplace, and education furniture manufacturer, KI will revive its ‘KI House’ concept during Clerkenwell Design Week 2022.
To mark the return of the festival after three years, the house will be transformed to convey the theme of ‘renew, reinvent, revitalise.’ KI’s latest seating, tables, storage, and agile workspace products will be displayed and enhanced with a floral installation by McQueens Flowers to emphasise the theme.
The space will also host a variety of activities including seminars and workshops in partnership with Vectorworks, InnerSpace, The Myers-Briggs Company, SpaceZero, Dark Sugars Chocolates, and more.
KI has commissioned young UK-based artist Baraka Carberry (Bokiba) to create a visual identity for KI House at #CDW2022 to reflect the theme of ‘renew, reinvent, revitalise’, embodied in explosions of florals and colour that also draw on the McQueens Flowers installation. Baraka is a multidisciplinary artist, who loves working digitally. Her work connects back to her background in textiles, featuring bright, vibrant palettes emphasised by playful shapes and grounded in the natural world via floral representations.
Jonathan M Hindle, KI’s Group Managing Director, EMEA said, “We look forward to welcoming returning and new visitors once again to this landmark location after three years. It’s a fantastic opportunity to see our latest product innovations, meet our team and learn more about how we are helping schools, universities, and offices renew, reinvent & revitalise their spaces to be more flexible, agile, and human-centric.”