KFH last night toasted the opening of our Clerkenwell branch with a champagne reception and showcase of an installation created as part of our sponsorship of Clerkenwell Design Week.
Guests also enjoyed a talk from Professor Tony Travers of the London School of Economics who discussed London's property evolution over the last one hundred years, what the future holds for the Capital's population, and the challenges faced in providing suitable housing to support that growth.
The KFH installation, "Reflecting Place", formed part of the "Gateway to the Showrooms" in Brewhouse Yard, an area temporarily transformed by the architects Studio Egret West and BDP to form the orientation hub of the festival.
The installation was designed to reflect our vast branch network, highlighting both the breadth of our reach and the depth of our experience in the London property market.
Paul Masters, Group Operations Director, said: "Tonight has been a wonderful celebration of our growing network and a reminder of how crucial great design can be, not just for individual properties, but for a growing city as a whole. It has been fantastic to be involved in Clerkenwell Design Week and we hope the event continues to grow and be successful for many years to come."
The new Clerkenwell branch is located in a prime spot on St John Street with Simon Boulton, Sales Manager, and Kate Bentley, Lettings Manager, looking after their respective teams.
Further images of the event are available here.