Our Christmas pop-up store The Temporium opens tomorrow and will host an eclectic array of designers and brands including Australian company Matilda, who will showcase a selection of products and furniture by designers from Down Under (Dove Stools by Brian Steendyk shown above).
Read on for details of other products that will be available at The Temporium including padded pockets for portable devices, indestructible maps and much more...
Matilda represents Australian designers internationally, while trying to manufacture products locally in the UK or Europe (pendant light by Kate Stokes above): www.matilda-design.com
German designer Alexa Lixfeld is presenting a range of handmade products including handwoven dolls, porcelain cups, bowls and vessels and cashmere blankets: www.alexalixfeld.com
Papernomad manufacture cases for portable devices including laptops, iPads, iPhones and Blackberries from organic materials. Layers of paper, cotton and sheep's wool make the padded sleeves tear-resistant, waterproof and biodegradable: www.papernomad.com
All Lovely Stuff will bring a selection of their practical and quirky homewares to The Temporium, including mirrors, coat racks, door stops and salad servers: www.alllovelystuff.com
People Will Always Need Plates will present products from their homeware, stationery and clothing ranges featuring graphic interpretations of iconic architecture and design: www.peoplewillalwaysneedplates.co.uk
Designer Lee Washington's first product under his new label Little Man Shop is a paper clip designed to make people smile: www.littlemanshop.com
See our special category for more details on the designers and brands taking part in The Temporium.
Dezeen presents The Temporium
65 Monmouth Street
Seven Dials, Covent Garden
London WC2H 9DG
020 7503 7319
1-24 December 2011
Monday – Saturday: 11:00 – 19:00
Late-night shopping Thursday until 20:00
Sunday: 12:00 – 17:00
1-5pm, Thursday 1 December
Opening reception with Peroni and Pom Pom Takoyaki:
6-9pm, Thursday 1 December