I had a fab time yesterday evening at the launch of new pop up shop The Temporium. I was joined by the lovely Katie from Confessions Of A Design Geek, which is always nice meeting up with her 🙂
The Temporium is a new pop-up concept store that sells some of the UK’s most exciting design brands. It is like no other store to do your Christmas shopping but hurry closes 19th December.
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, I mean who wouldn’t amidst all those lovely brands and designers! What I loved about the Temporium was that it brought a mix of East London to the heart of Knightsbridge, the Brompton district is certainly buzzing!
My highlight of the night was meeting Lee Broom, it was so nice that I could personally thank him for his interview he did for me during the week. He is just so nice and down to earth, it was a real pleasure. Another highlight was also meeting Cristian Zuzunaga, having always been a fan of his work, meeting the charming designer was a definite plus. I have never seen someone so enthusiastic of their work, so nice to see!
These gorgeous light pendants from Bocci are just beautiful. Their window display really draws you in.
Love these decanter lights from the lovely and talented Lee Broom!
Probably one of my favourite products were these cushions from Charlene Mullen. so cute and homely.
These bottles are just cute from Shan Valla.
Now these would make great Christmas presents. Beautiful silk scarves or cushions with his pix-elated trademark print, from the charming Cristian Zuzunaga.
A selection of the fabulous products on offer, from Donna Wilson to Theo to name but a few!
The Temporium concept store takes place at 221 Brompton Road, London Sw3 2EJ.
9-19 December 2010
It is a collaboration between www.dezeen.com, www.dezeenwatchstore.com, Deborah Spencer and Alice Breed.
Phtotograpghs by Giles Caldicott.
Will @ Bright.Bazaar12th December 2010 at 5:30 pm
It looks like you had a wonderful time – loving those textiles!
Thanks for sharing, Ari. Hope you had a lovely weekend. xo
confessionsofadesigngeek12th December 2010 at 6:36 pm
Lovely post. It was indeed lots of fun – lovely to see you. Here's my take on the evening: http://ow.ly/3nU4d.
See you soon x