Ruark recently had the pleasure of providing one of our Walnut R2 streaming music systems to long-time friend and fan Lucy Gough, as part of her Warehouse Home project for London’s Design Festival. Lucy is of course known for her design aesthetics skills as an interior designer based in London. She has worked with a range of publications including Livingetc and the Sunday Times Style. Her designs have allowed her to work with a range of industries from editorial to commercial and clients including Habitat, Marks & Spencer’s and Heals to name but a few. Added to that, she’s a huge fan of our products, in fact, she owns several Ruark systems!
The Warehouse Home Apartment Project
In her most recent project, the Warehouse Home Apartment based in the heart of London’s fashionable Shoreditch, she was tasked with crafting a stunning industrial interior for this year’s London design festival. The brief was to fill the space with upcoming trends and original designs – from vintage furniture to modern lighting – to unique pieces, such as our very own R2 streaming music system.
The project is a collaboration with Lucy and Warehouse Home magazine, opening its doors every day for the duration of the festival, with the whole project featuring in Warehouse Home publication.
London Design Festival at a Glance
The festival itself is both a cultural and commercial event, showcasing the wares of many of the greatest & hottest designers, artists and stylists from the UK and further afield. It is awash with installations, talks, and seminars which include product launches, private views and not forgetting parties.
For us, showcasing our product in such a landmark event only reinforces our stance on the importance of design and materials. As a British brand, the festival is a testament to the British design industry and a chance to see what creativity and inspirations we can take to enhance our beloved product range.
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