The latest edition to popular Wework chain is at Old street, east London
As the Co-working offices marketplace grows, it is interesting to see which places really take of and why. New concepts are emerging, and there are several routes to become popular.
New work from the critically acclaimed British artist Grayson Perry is exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London. The title of this portrait exhibition is “Who are you?” It is an investigation into modern identity and lifestyles. Continue reading
Monochrome was an unusual choice for a Christmas pop-up store in a collaboration between OTHER/shop and DARKROOM. Both shops are well known for choice of strong graphic styles, so the offering was an interesting and successful mixture of wide range of products. Continue reading
Harvest E8 is a brand new organic food store in East London (Dalston). It’s aiming to be “the new social and commercial hub for healthy eating, living and reconnecting with nature…together with a beautiful alternative cafe.” Continue reading
The Rapha store in Soho is the first permanent Rapha Cycle Club in the UK is the new home for the sport and wider culture of road racing. It is a good example of not so new but growing trend of multi-purpose retailing targeted for a particular tribe. The aim is to create a convivial space that strengthens the community spirit of the tribe. Continue reading