Makers Mini Market at Broadgate with Bethan Laura Wood

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Announcing more detail on our next project at Broadgate which launches this Wednesday, 4th October 2017… In an exciting first, Finsbury Avenue Square, Broadgate will become home to a pop-up mini market hosted by up-and-coming local London designers and artists. This is the second phase of the programme that the team at Produce UK have been commissioned to create as part of Broadgate’s ‘Shaped By Design’ season.

At the helm of this project is internationally lauded product designer Bethan Laura Wood, who we have brought on board to curate the Makers Mini Market and to ensure that it will celebrate the unrivalled wealth of independent talent in the East London artistic community. Bethan was awarded the Swarovski Emerging Talent Award in 2016 – you can read more about her here.

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The project

What? Makers Mini Market curated by Bethan Laura Wood

Where? Finsbury Avenue Square, Broadgate

Dates: 4th-7th Oct

Time: 11-6pm

At the Mini Maker’s Market visitors will be able to explore an unique mix of bespoke pop-up stalls and get involved in workshops whilst discovering the talented names that are likely to transform the worlds of interiors, fashion and art over the next decade.

Exhibitors include: 

Kim ThomeLondon based Norwegian designer making objects, spaces and installations

Beth PostleLondon based print and textiles designer

Tino SeubertLondon based product, furniture & spatial designer

Harry EvansLondon based designer selling T-shirts and small accessories

Silo Studio – London based design studio formed by Attua Aparicio and Oscar Wanless, experimenting with materials and processes to find new ways of making things

You can find out more about each of the designers participating and the rest of the Broadgate ‘Shaped By Design’ season by clicking here.

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