This is the first time Terence Woodgate is to exhibit at a major design event since the launch of his lighting brand in 2014. A Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) with over 25 years’ experience in lighting design and manufacture, he offers a pared-back and elegant approach to design with meticulous attention to detail and his lights, optimised for LEDs, perfectly marry design and technology.
Terence Woodgate’s new lighting collection, Core, is to be unveiled during Clerkenwell Design Week 2015, in the Farmiloe Building as part of the ‘Design Factory’ exhibition. Designed for use individually or in clusters, Core will be shown alongside Solid, the brand’s debut collection of pendants and surface-mounted downlights, in natural materials such as Carrara and Nero Marquina marble, oak and walnut. Solid has been crafted to maximise the benefits of LED technology, and is also available as a new smart version, which includes a Bluetooth-enabled LED that allows the light to be controlled remotely from a phone or tablet.
In addition to his product launch, British designer, Terence Woodgate will take part in the festival’s talks programme, ‘Conversations at Clerkenwell’, on the third floor of ‘Design Factory’ on Tuesday 19 May, to be followed by drinks on his stand. The designer will also join Carlotta de Bevilacqua, Vice President of Italian lighting manufacturer, Artemide, and lighting design duo, Speirs + Major, in a specially curated talk chaired by design writer, Lynda Relph-Knight. Register here for free entry*.
“Clerkenwell Design Week is a hugely important fixture in the design world’s calendar so I am delighted to not only be exhibiting for the first time in 2015, but also using the event to launch my new lighting collection,” says Terence Woodgate.