Friday, 11 May 2012
A X a
This year’s Clerkenwell Design Week will see a new and exciting collaboration between British furniture designers Assemblyroom and the independent British menswear company Albam. Coming together under the moniker of A x a the two brands will present a collection of classic contemporary furniture that promotes good quality, honest materials and British craftsmanship.
A x a will be based in The Shed at The Farmiloe Building, Clerkenwell for the duration of the event 22nd – 24th May.
Back for its third year in The Shed at The Farmiloe building, Assemblyroom will be teaming up with the independent British menswear label Albam under the title of A x a.
Assemblyroom creates contemporary furniture which is comfortable, durable and refined. Assemblyroom’s furniture is manufactured employing the best of British craftsmanship and uses the highest quality materials that have been carefully selected for their function, aesthetics and sustainability. Assemblyroom’s furniture is made by hand and to order.
At this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week Assemblyroom will be showcasing their upholstered Finsbury range as well as launching three new products; the Long Eaton bench and stacking chair in FSC English oak and the Allesley table with FSC English oak top with a powder coated metal base.
In addition Assemblyroom will be presenting two collaborative pieces under the moniker A x a; the Long Eaton bench and the Allesley table, both finished with Albam’s signature leather detailing.
Albam – Modern Crafted Furniture
Albam launches a concise collection of functional furniture alongside Assemblyroom in it’s first foray at Clerkenwell Design Week. Launching with a modular shelving system and large plan table crafted from powder coated steel and English Oak. Each piece is born out of a requirement of the Albam brand – Simplicity, Honesty and Quality.
Complementing the own brand pieces, Albam will present two pieces from the Assemblyroom collection with Albam hand crafted leather detailing.
These are shown under the moniker of A x a
All pieces are crafted by Albam’s extended design family in England.