Event | London Design Fair 2018

August 21, 2018

Event | London Design Fair 2018

As a part of London Design Festival 2018, join us at SAMA Bankside on the 15 September [2018] for our Now & Then: Decor inspired by Nepal exhibition celebrating the launch of our debut design collections from 11am-9pm.

We'll be showing the first pieces from our Chakra Design Collection, which draws inspiration from the teachings and practices of Hinduism and Tantric Buddhism.

Guests can expect a multi sensory introduction to the sights, sounds, smells and flavours of Nepal through inspirational photography diaries, handicrafts, short films shot by Jeff Weil, traditional Nepalese dishes and exclusive viewings of our first design releases: a selection of hand knotted Tibetan rugs, crafted by skilled artisans in Nepal’s thriving rug trade.

Our event on the 15th will shortly be followed by a stand at the London Design Fair at Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane, East London from the 20 - 23 September 2018. Come and find us at Stand 12.29, Hall 12!

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