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Even more designers and brands at The Temporium

Our Christmas shop, The Temporium, opens next week and we're excited to announce more participants – including British brands Established & Sons and Another Country, and Spanish textile designer Cristian Zuzunaga... as well as chocolate moustaches by Diego Ramos for Chocolat Factory (above).

We'll also have flying Christmas cards, USB stick necklaces, diamond-shaped lights and much more...

Established and Sons

Established & Sons will use their WrongWoods furniture (below) to display a selection of products from their Estd range (above):

This year The Temporium is at 65 Monmouth Street, Seven Dials, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9DG from 1-24 December 2011. More info:

Established and Sons

See details of other confirmed designers including Jaime Hayon, Dominic Wilcox and Paul Cocksedge in our special category.

Another Country

Another Country will present furniture and accessories from their Series Two collection, which was launched this year:


Cristian Zuzunaga's graphic fabrics featured at last year's Temporium and this year he is returning with a selection of knitted and digitally printed wool and modal scarves:

Diego Ramos

Diego Ramos collaborated with chocolatier Chocolat Factory to create the Mr Chocolate moustaches, which were a big hit at our party during the Qubique design fair in Berlin:


Playbutton is a badge with a built-in music player that plays a preloaded album when headphones are attached:


We spotted these Diamond Lights by Swedish designer Eric Therner for design brand Frama at Qubique and they will be used to create a sparkling window display at the shop:


Italian stationery company NAVA will present their range of notebooks, diaries, calendars and other handy home office products:

Logical Art

Designers Hanhsi Chen and Yookyung Shin of new label Logical Art will launch their collection of jewellery pieces that double as USB sticks:

Studio 91

The Flying Santa Christmas card by design consultancy Studio91 is made from balsa wood and can be assembled by the recipient to create a toy plane:

To Dry For

To Dry For will present a range of designer tea towels, which feature graphic prints by prominent and emerging artists and illustrators:

There are still some more designers and brands to be announced... watch this space!

Dezeen presents The Temporium
65 Monmouth Street
Seven Dials, Covent Garden
London WC2H 9DG


020 7503 7319

1-24 December 2011

Opening times:
Monday – Saturday: 11:00 – 19:00
Late-night shopping Thursday until 20:00
Sunday: 12:00 – 17:00

Press preview:
1-5pm, Thursday 1 December

Opening reception with Peroni and Pom Pom Takoyaki:
6-9pm, Thursday 1 December