Dezeen promotion: Dezeen’s pop-up retail concept The Temporium is going online this Sunday to guest-curate a collection of homeware by the likes of Jamie Hayon, Paul Cocksedge and Alexa Lixfeld on ￼flash-sales site llustre.
Above: Cashmere shawls by Alexa Lixfeld
For just ten days from 6 May, visitors will be able to buy The Temporium favourites online, including Diamond Lights by Frama, indestructible maps by Palomar, USB stick jewellery by Logical Art, bike lights by Bookman, blankets by Teixidors, paper laptop sleeves by Papernomad and more.
Above: Kubus by Alexa Lixfeld
llustre first launched on 4 April - see our earlier story here.
Above: Kubus by Alexa Lixfeld
Above: Bookman Lights by Bookman
Here's some more information from ￼llustre:
llustre hosts a guest curation by Dezeen’s The Temporium
We’re excited to announce that llustre will be hosting a guest curation by Dezeen for ten days commencing Sunday 6 May.
Above: Diamond Light by Eric Therner for Frama
llustre is taking Dezeen’s pop-up concept, The Temporium, online. Dezeen is the leading online architecture and design publication, attracting more than two million readers each month; we are working together to give llustre members the opportunity to buy products from a collection of Dezeen’s pick of designers for 2012.
Above: Cactus by Jaime Hayon for Lladró
Since our launch on 4 April 2012, llustre has featured 58 designers from 14 different countries; we’ve helped 120,000 people discover great design for their homes; and sent authentic, original, good value products to customers in the UK, Australia, Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands and Spain.
Above: The Family Portait by Jaime Hayon for Lladró
At llustre we’re committed to building the best online destination for customers to find design inspiration and buy homeware to create a unique home they love to live in; we are also passionate about championing both established brands and emerging designers. Over the coming months we’ll be working with several of the leading minds in design to fulfil this ambition.
Above: The Rocking Chicken Ride by Jaime Hayon for Lladró
On 20 April we launched a new feature for our customers called Window Shop to allow members to easily browse all of the products in our current collection and dive in whenever something catches their eye. We will continually develop new ways to shop to make shopping for your home online as inspiring and straight forward as shopping for fashion.
Above: Empty Memory USB drive by Logical Art
In this sales event we’re featuring a curated selection of products from nine designers fresh from the Milan Furniture Fair including Jamie Hayon for Lladro, Alexa Lixfield, Frama, Teixidors, Papernomad, Palomar, Paul Cocksedge, Bookman and Logical Art.
Above: Crumpled City map by Emanuele Pizzolorusso for Palomar
llustre launched in April 2012 with a vision to make discovering and buying products for your home easy and enjoyable. It is a members’ only website providing inspiration and editorial to our readers and retailing designer homeware; offering a mix of limited edition pieces, new product launches and exclusive prices in a series of time-limited sales.
Above: Zattere iPad sleeve by Papernomad
llustre was founded by Tracy Doree and Vivienne Bearman; it has raised £1 million funding from a group of entrepreneurs and angel investors and is now a team of 20 based in London’s creative centre, Clerkenwell.
Above: The Ideas Tray by Paul Cocksedge
llustre has brought together design experts from different fields, to share their expertise and favourite design products, and work with us to curate special sales events - our Style LLIST. Marcus Fairs, the Editor-in-Chief and cofounder of Dezeen, is the second of our Style LLIST to curate a range of designers on llustre following Priscilla Carluccio’s who selected a range including Japanese and Moroccan lighting and ceramics from Reichenbach and Billy Lloyd.
Above: Styrene lamp shade by Paul Cocksedge
Dezeen and The Temporium
Dezeen created The Temporium to take the design they champion in their online publication to the streets of London. Their first physical pop-up shop launched in December 2010 which was included in Time Out’s top 5 picks for independent Christmas stores in London and they repeated the success in December 2011 with an even bigger event in Covent Garden. We hope to bring their incredible eye for curation to design lovers across Europe.
Above: Apt throw by Teixidors
Dezeen’s mission is to bring their readers a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design and interiors projects from around the world before anyone else. It was launched at the end of November 2006 and has grown rapidly to become one of the most popular and influential architecture and design blogs on the internet and now receives over two million visits a month with traffic doubling every year.
Above: Hydra cushions by Teixidors
Dezeen was included in Time magazine’s Design 100 list of the most influential forces in global design, and in Design Week magazine’s Hot 50 list of key figures in design.
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