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lerkenwell Design Week is in full swing with 400 shows, workshops and parties taking over EC1.

Here are the launches to look out for — and where to see them this week.

Squares & Things

Playful shapes meet functionality in colourful stools, tables and plant stands.

Find the Space side table at House of Detention’s Light + Rising Stars show.

Space side table, in blue, costs £395.

The Space side table from squares & things

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The Monkey Puzzle Tree

The All Tomorrow’s Futures fabric patterns contain thought-provoking depictions of humankind’s impact on the planet.

Head to House of Detention in Sans Walk.

This fringed cushion, seaweed green, is priced £150.

A fringed cushion in All Tomorrow’s Futures fabric, £150

/ Monkey Puzzle Tree

Holmes Bespoke

A handknotted rug using PET yarn made from bottles washed up on the Indian shoreline.

See the collection at The Order of St John.

Anjuna rug, 250x180cm, costs £3,015.

The Anjuna rug, 250x180cm, costs £3,015

/ Holmes Bespoke

Another Country

A workspace by day, a cabinet by night. Head to the British Collection exhibition at Crypt on the Green to see the British brand’s reinvention of a traditional writing desk.

Davenport bureau costs £3,945.

Davenport Bureau by Another Country

/ Another Country

Dowsing & Reynolds

Hide no more. Neutral-coloured switches and sockets made to be on show.

At the Elements pavilion on St John’s Square.

Cinnamon chunky dimmer switch, costs £50.99.

Dowsing & Reynolds

Spark & Bell

Locally-sourced plastic waste reborn as a ‘marbled’ wall light, priced £159.

Spot it at House of Detention in Sans Walk.

Spark & Bell

Christian Watson

The British furniture maker is exhibiting a sofa in fabric by Kirkby Design x Eley Kishimoto in Spa Fields park.

The Edenvale sofa in Quilted Mirage fabric costs £5,400.

The Edenvale sofa in Quilted Mirage fabric

/ Christian Watson

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