We’re super excited to announce our new status as preferred suppliers at the Roundhouse! We’ve installed a plethora of creations for this versatile venue for Save the Children, The Roundhouse Trust and most recently DKMS. Here’s a roundup of our favourite designs.
Raise the Roof, Support the Foundations, Charity Gala
Liquid gold paint hand applied to strips of canvas to create a 5m diameter, two tiered chandelier. Bespoke 3m tall hand painted set with stylised vinyl flooring
Webs of fresh foliage forming soft room divides with botanical table centres.
Bespoke neon signage alongside further strips of textural canvas, hand finished in tones of liquid gold. Curved walls creating intimate dining areas.
Save the Children, Night of Reggae
Colourful entrance feature with custom created artwork.
Bespoke bar densely dressed with Jamaican inspired decor with kitsch table centres using vintage rum bottles refashioned as lamps.
Save the Children, Night of Disco
Crazy colour and glitter galore in homage to roller disco days of boogie
Save the Children, Night of Country
Heaps of detail using vintage vessels and cowboy paraphernalia with succulents and sunflowers and a canopy of colourful paper lanterns.
DKMS Charity Gala
Vignettes of vintage furniture with gold mirror bar and DJ booth, surrounded by tall palms creating an atmospheric and stylised drinks reception. Photos by Jo Davidson.
The third annual Big Love Gala was hosted by the charity’s Global Ambassador Katharina Harf, with Grammy-award winning Marcus Mumford providing the musical entertainment. The event was a huge success, raising over £1.4 million to help the fight against blood cancer..
Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images for DKMS
We can’t wait to continue working with the Roundhouse. Here’s to many more 🥂
See you on the next event!