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Yorkton Workshops
Making Design

Yorkton Workshops: Making Design
11-09-2020

From trimmers, turners, gilders and framers, the borough of Hackney has a rich connection to the crafts and industry of the timber trade. For two hundred years, in workshops across the borough; furniture, musical instruments and architectural joinery has been crafted for customers far and wide. Design studio Pearson Lloyd, who have worked in the area for 23 years, is completing the repurposing of a series of Hackney workshops that once housed the makers of hats, tools, dolls and chairs into their new studio, workshop, archive and gallery. In celebration, Yorkton Workshops is being opened to visitors, where a temporary exhibition of Pearson Lloyd’s archive and design process will sit alongside a glimpse into the history of the building itself and its inhabitants. Making Design forms part of Open House, London Design Festival and Shoreditch Design Triangle and is open from 10 am – 5 pm on September 18th, 19th, 20th 2020.

PORTS
for Bene

PORTS for Bene
08-07-2020

Introducing PORTS for Bene.

 

Unlocking the future of leadership workspace. PORTS is a furniture collection that reflects patterns of leadership that are non-hierarchical, more open and more dynamic.⁠

 

Winner of the prestigious Red Dot Design Award: ​Best of the Best, and the iF DESIGN Gold Award 2020⁠

COVID
Flattening the curve

Flattening the Curve
07-04-2020

2 Metres | Stay Home | Be Kind

 

Yorkton Workshops
Architects Journal

Yorkton Workshops in the AJ
17-02-2020

London-based practice Cassion Castle Architects, explains how he is turning a ramshackle Victorian warehouse building in Yorkton Street, Hackney, into a new studio for designers PearsonLloyd.

See the full Architect’s Journal, RetroFirst article here

Stockholm
Furniture Fair

Stockholm Furniture Fair
01-02-2020

Tom and Luke will be speaking at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair.

Their talk, ‘History in the Making’ will explore how rapidly changing landscapes are forcing us to rethink both production and consumption, considering how design shapes the future.

5 February 10:00 – 10:50
Victoriahallen / The Design Bar