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MILLIKEN 5 Berry St, EC1V 0AA


Milliken has been a showroom partner since CDW’s inception in 2009 and will be taking part again this year for its tenth edition.


Because wellbeing is at the core of Milliken’s design ethos, events will focus on the pursuit of happiness. There will be product launches, talks and workshops that offer a bright, energetic, colourful and happy perspective on wellbeing. Continuing the theme of working with local artists for its CDW identity, Milliken collaborated with London-based illustrator and designer Erin Aniker to creatively communicate its vision of a happy workplace. There will also be wellbeing dens for visitors to explore; offering virtual reality meditation experiences, a stress-busting massage station and refreshments at Milliken’s stunning Berry Street showroom.


Milliken launches its latest carpet plank and tile collections Fractals and Poise which use Milliken’s proprietary Millitron patterning technology to combine soft organic patterning with subtle washes of beautiful colour in a complex textural luxurious construction. Both collections come with Comfort Plus cushion backing to provide the ultimate in underfoot comfort as well as offering positive acoustic benefits. Comfortable Concrete 2.0 and extensions of Milliken’s popular Clerkenwell and Colour Compositions carpet tile collections will also be showcased.


On Tuesday 21st (from 10.00 until 11.30am) and Thursday 23rd (2.00 to 3.30pm) internationally acclaimed artist Liz Atkins will give an abridged version of her TED Talk on how she confronts her complex compulsive condition through art. This will be followed by a chance to take part in her Draw Yourself a Happy Mind workshop.


On the evening of Tuesday 21 May there will be a lively and informative panel discussion exploring happiness: What do we mean by it? Are we all chasing unattainable goals? What kind of practical steps can Milliken’s expert panel suggest to decrease stress and increase satisfaction? Can we design for happiness? Journalist Helen Parton will chair with panellists Ben Channon (architect, author of ‘Happy by Design’


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and founder of the Architects’ Mental Wellbeing Forum), Kate Cook (Harley Street Nutritionist, international speaker and seven times author), Neil Shah (founder and Director or the Stress Management Society and best-selling author) and Tim Stoller (Director of the ‘The Happiness Index’).


There will be writing for wellbeing workshops with writer and facilitator Kate McBarron. Writing can be a powerful and creative tool for enriching our daily lives. Participants can learn more about writing for wellbeing in these introductory workshops taking place on Wednesday 22 May starting at 11.00am and 2.00pm. And just for


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fun, on the evening of Wednesday 22 May, Milliken will host its Great Big Clerkenwell Design Week Quiz. Join Mix Interiors Editor Mick Jordan and Director David Smalley for a light-hearted quiz on all things Clerkenwell with fabulous prizes to be won. This event is by invitation only.


Registration in advance is required for all events, to reserve your place book here: millikendrawingworkshop.eventbrite.co.uk millikenwritingworkshop.eventbrite.co.uk millikenpaneldebate.eventbrite.co.uk


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