Clerkenwell Films

CSI supply Clerkenwell Films with partitioning and office furniture for the set of its drama series ‘Losing It’.

Clerkenwell Films is a multi-award winning film and television production company founded by actor John Hannah. For 15 years, the company have been creating critically acclaimed programmes such as ‘Misfits’, ‘Afterlife’ and ‘Persuasion’ for UK and international audiences.

Clerkenwell Films was commissioned by ITV to produce ‘Losing It’, a drama series starring Martin Clunes as a copywriter who has been diagnosed with a serious illness. The company contacted CSI (formerly ESE) with an urgent need to source partitioning and office furniture for the show’s advertising agency set.

The CSI solutions team used their office and commercial interiors expertise to plan, specify and supply a range of partitioning, desks and seating for the set design.

As the schedule was extremely tight, CSI (formerly ESE) selected only products that would be both quick and simple to assemble. Thanks to its minimal components and innovative ‘Nebula Hesion’ dry beaded joint, Infinity glazed partitioning proved the ideal option to meet Clerkenwell Films’ requirements. In addition to being easy to set up, this range of partitioning has an elegant minimalist form that looks at home in creative working environments like that of the advertising agency in the show.

CSI Products also chose furniture based on its aesthetic appeal settling on desks from Samuel Bruce’s ‘IN2’ range and seating from Sedus that complement the partitioning due to their sleek, understated design.


Project Details

  • Client : Clerkenwell Films
  • Location : Bristol
  • Sector : Media
  • Project Value : £94,000
  • Scope of Works : Partitioning and office furniture

CSI provided Clerkenwell Films with everything it needed to create a realistic set for a contemporary advertising agency. Using specialist knowledge, the CSI team were able to supply stylish and easy to assemble products both on budget and, most importantly, within the strict deadline.



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