H13 is 900sqm of newly available and developed event space. The room is long and benefits lots of natural light via skylights and warehouse style windows; and is characterised with industrial piping, ceramic wall tiles, and an unpolished concrete floor.
H12 is one of four rooms that makes up the recently developed Second Floor of the growing London Design Fair. Sensitively developed to maintain the feel of the old warehouse whilst still being functional. H12 benefits from a direct street entrance from vibrant Brick Lane.
H14 benefits from one side of windows and is characterised by heavy industrial piping, exposed and distressed walls, and an unpolished concrete floor. The space is one of the main access rooms for the second floor, and also benefits from facilities connected to the space.
H11 benefits from good natural light via glass brick skylights and clear windows. H11 is further characterised by a blend of original, distressed and roughly whitewashed walls, and an unpolished concrete floor.
Located on the first floor and shared with the main London Design Fair exhibition, this venue benefits guaranteed footfall of all 27,000 visitors to the event. With good natural daylight, white walls and concrete flooring.
The smallest gallery has complete glass frontage and side windows making it light and bright. The venue has much character with a mezzanine and loft-style windows. Enjoys great footfall with a location on the junction of vibrant Dray Walk & Ely's Yard, next to Folk clothes shop and opposite The Big Chill Bar.
A simple white room with grey cement floor, centrally located in buzzy Elys Yard. Floor to ceiling glass on the front and side of the gallery ensures that people passing by will have an excellent view inside. The glass doors on either side also allow separate entrance and exit if so wished.
H6 is a long, slim room and is one of five rooms that make up London Design Fair event spaces. This 920sqm venue benefits from good natural daylight, white walls, concrete flooring. There is an arched wall in the venue leading into a smaller warehouse space. Situated between adjoining rooms, H5, H4 and H7, access can be provided from Brick Lane and/or Ely's Yard.
A dual aspect open plan blank canvas situated in the heart of Dray Walk, a promenade of contemporary retailers just off Brick Lane. The venue holds a key position on the pedestrianised lane, benefitting from superb natural light and excellent footfall.
Ely's Yard is an old service yard that benefits from easy accessibility and heavy footfall. It can be utilised for installations, projections, PR that needs general public footfall, outdoor screening and unit basing. This is one of East London's busiest thoroughfares.
London Design Fair is one of the most unique and exclusive locations on offer during the London Design Festival. Exteriors offer industrial landscapes of steel staircases, exposed brickwork, broken down pipework and spectacular views of the City of London. This location must be seen to be believed.
H2 is one of the most popular event spaces during the London Design Fair - a large, versatile space located opposite Ely's Yard, the busiest thoroughfare at The Old Truman Brewery. It is a blank canvas with clean, white walls, glass front windows and glass doors making it a great location for a variety of different events.
H8 is the smallest of our five first floor rooms that make up Brick Lane's most exceptional event spaces. Due to its location, adjoining the impressive H10 space, H8 is a perfect ancillary room for any event and could function as a cloakroom, reception, catering area, green room or backstage area.
The Loading Bay Gallery is an attractive double glass fronted wide empty venue spread over three levels in a prime location on Dray Walk. Featuring a vast glass front with great natural light, this open plan venue has two street level glass doors, high ceiling, white walls, wooden floors, toilets and a very useful side room. Includes a large basement space that functions perfectly as the extension of a store or exhibition or to use as a party venue.
The grande dame of Brick Lane, the Boiler House is one of the most original venues in London. A stunning, industrial brick warehouse with high ceilings, large windows, skylights and many original features, including the famous 49m high Truman Chimney, original quarry tiled floor and a large rear courtyard area.
Although this room says basement it really does have a lovely, light feel to it. There are lots of striplights in the venue which combined with ceiling height windows makes it a very bright, worthwhile space to use.