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Sir Tim Smit to open events programme

17.05.18

MARK and leading Cornish branding agency Nixon Design, are delighted to announce that Sir Tim Smit, founder of the Eden Project, will kick start our programme of events during Clerkenwell Design Week on Tuesday 22nd May at 2pm.

An action-packed schedule will follow hosted with our partners Supporto and Invest in Cornwall. We will be celebrating the vibrancy and creativity of Cornish businesses, helped by some of the region’s award-winning food and drink.

On Wednesday you will see our showroom transformed into a lush green space and the launch of our new StudioSCAPE biophilic products in collaboration with office plants experts Oasis Interior Landscaping. And Thursday will finish with a panel discussion – ‘a Place for Plastics’ – chaired by design writer Katie Treggiden.

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