Tramshed 2011 marks the second year of the Tramshed, a premier design event that made its debut at London Design Festival in 2010. Improving upon the successes of last year's event, Tramshed 2011 will take place at the expansive Lawrence Hall of the Royal Horticultural Society, an inspiring Art Deco building near Victoria with a vaulted ceiling and abundant natural light. Featuring up to 30 exhibitors, the refined Tramshed concept includes a selective and curatorial approach.
A focal point of the exhibition is an exploration of materials in contemporary design. Surrounding it will be a diverse group of exhibitors known for their vibrancy and capacity to innovate. The Tramshed seeks to be a departure from conventional trade exhibitions, celebrating the diversity of the industry in the broadest sense. Exhibitors, seminars, talks, good food and music combine to create an engaging and influential destination.
As promotor of the event De La Espada will attend with its Autoban, Matthew Hilton, Leif.
designpark, Studioilse, and Charlene Mullen designer-led brands, as well as new brands Soren Rose Studio and Benjamin Hubert. They will be joined by companies and organisations not only from the world of home furnishings, who share an optimistic vision of the humanist qualities of good design.
Open daily 10am to 6pm
Royal Horticultural Society
London SW1P 2QD
The venue is just a few minutes walk from St. James tube station, startegically positioned half-way between and on the same tube line (District Line) as 100% Design and Tent exhibitions.