Camira | Clerkenwell Design Week 2022

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Join us at Clerkernwell Design Week

We're delighted to be opening the doors to our newly refurbished showroom for the return of this much-missed event and, at this year's CDW, we'll be exploring the ever-increasing issue of marine plastic pollution, and the role designers and makers can play in combatting the problem.
Showcasing our SEAQUAL fabrics, Oceanic and Quest - made using recycled plastic taken from the sea - alongside original artwork by coastal artist Maggie Cochran, and upcycled plastic furniture by Motley Makers, our exhibition at the event will serve as a powerful depiction of waste made wonderful.

Fabrics featured: Oceanic and Quest

Initially launched in 2020, Oceanic marked the start of our work in recycled polyesters containing sea waste, and is a multi-tonal, chunky upholstery fabric which combines and contrasts a light warp with a deeply saturated weft. Closely followed by the launch of Quest in 2021, a lighter weight textile coloured to create a delicate two-tone weave detail, the two fabrics have been created to work in harmony, or feature in isolation.

Lynn Kingdon, Creative Director at Camira, explains: “The SEAQUAL Collection is one of our proudest achievements, and we’re delighted to bring it to life at Clerkenwell Design Week - Oceanic and Quest pair beautifully by design, and we’ll be showcasing the many ways in which they work together. The event is also a powerful opportunity to highlight the urgency of marine plastic pollution, and our responsibility as designers and manufacturers to be the solution through the products we create, make, and use.”

Explore Oceanic & Quest