A dramatic pop-up at London’s Design Festival

A dramatic pop-up at London’s Design Festival

A festival wouldn’t be complete this year without a pop-up cafe or restaurant. So, for the design-conscious, there will be only one place to go during London’s Design Festival this autumn: the pop-up cafe at Tent, located in the Truman Brewery.

The temporary space has been specially designed by innovative company Vonsung, which has created a dramatic look to provide a unique dining and bar space. Guests will dine in the atmospheric cafe, whose whole structure is illuminated by both skylights and indoor lighting so as to form shadows and silhouettes.

The interior was created using materials from Vonsung’s existing project site and includes cutting-edge material Bolon – a woven vinyl material – which will encase the floors and the ceilings, and Valchromat, which will be used for the walls. The attention to detail is meticulous: even the roof has been designed to be seen from all directions and takes the form of a series of waves.

The Rolls Royce of pop-up cafe-restaurants

Creative director of Vonsung, Joseph Sung says “Our intention was to create a more pleasurable hospitality space during the exhibition, which you normally do not get at other design festivals. We are exhibiting how a well thought-out branding exercise should be for a restaurant project – all the way down to the detail of our packaging and utensils. This is the Rolls Royce of pop-up cafe-restaurants.”

For more information see www.tentlondon.co.uk

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