Mason & Painter pop-up store, London

March 8th, 2014 by retail design blog

Representing cutting-edge artists at the forefront of their artistic field is something Southbank Centre Shops pride themselves on. Their carefully considered product range is receiving an injection of fresh lines over the coming months – with new products, new designers and a takeover concession by Mason & Painter.

The month of March will see Michelle Mason & Tim Painter, aka Mason & Painter, bringing together a hand-picked collection of vintage and contemporary products from some of the most innovative designers working in the UK. The carefully curated space by Mason & Painter will showcase an exciting collection of old and new.

Mason & Painter will re-create their emporium concept store in Southbank Centre shop Festival Terrace, styling it with the same vision and eclectic mix as their first retail venture on Columbia Road, which is currently creating a buzz in London’s east-end.

Drawing on the Royal Festival Hall’s heritage, Mason & Painter are bringing a collection of re-claimed fittings, furniture and fabrics from the early 1950s onwards together with a careful edit of new Spring / Summer ranges, from contemporary designers to compliment and sit alongside the main product ranges already stocked within Southbank Centre shop. One not to miss.

Contemporary products for sale include work from Michelle Mason, Ella Doran, Mini Moderns, Sue Pryke, Snowden Flood, James Brown and Product of Your Environment. Mason & Painter takeover will run from March 1st to the 31st.








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