Double Vision at CDW

Just over a month to go people and the CDW Presents are getting announced. Always fun and usually educational in some way, the Presents part of the show always brings to life the EC1 streets.  For the second year in a row, Hakwood is participating in Clerkenwell Design Week, this time, sponsoring  Double Vision, a 4m high structural installation of recursive patterns, nestled within the historic Clerkenwell Close.

hakwood, double vision

Inspired by the pattern possibilities of Hakwood’s wall tile range, Double Vision is a 4m high double-panelled structure which aims to create an uplifting moment for those visitors walking the CDW exhibition route. One vision represents the calm and natural wood tones Hakwood offers, while the other shows contrasting bright colours. Through a combination of these two visions and by using rotating tiles in the middle, a third vision appears. Double Vision celebrates pattern and form and their powers to brighten and energise. It reflects the concept of Hakwood Wall Tiles for which each designer can make their own design statement based upon their unique vision.


Example of Hakwood’s wall tiles

Double Vision follows on from the HakFolly installation under St. John’s Gate at Clerkenwell Design Week 2016. Another hugely popular and successful CDW Presents project.


Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 HakFolly

The immersive patterned landscape comprises of Hakwood’s iconic wood Wall Tiles that can be rearranged and rotated to create a space that invites guests to explore, play, and connect with pattern in a direct and physical way. The design of the installation toys whimsically with scale to
create an almost infinite tunnel effect, reflecting the endless possibilities of working with the wall tile range and responding directly to the tunnel-like form of Clerkenwell Close itself.
Find out more and register for CDW here.

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