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17 December 2010

The Dock Christmas Market Opening Night

The Dock

  The Dock Christmas Market opened yesterday. Mulled wine, London Lager and roasted chestnuts were served around an open fire. We are open: Saturday 12pm - 8pm Sunday 11am - 5pm The Dock Christmas Market is open until Sunday and features a host of food and wine stalls including: Aubert & Mascoli Joe Trivelli La Fromagerie London  Lager Molly's Tearoom Bath Pig Une Normande a Londres ...

13 December 2010

The Dock Christmas Market - More Brands Revealed

The Dock Christmas Market 2010

  Tom Dixon hosts an extraordinary collision of food, design and fun in the water-side estate of Portobello Dock, Ladbroke Grove. The oldest candle manufacturer in Europe, Cire Trudon, launches in the Tom Dixon Shop as part of The Dock Christmas Market. The boutique producer, who has in the past made candles for Napoleon and Marie Antoinette, are selling a collection of candles with scents ba...

1 December 2010

The Dock Christmas Market

Christmas

THE DOCK FIRST EVER CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL! An unparalleled and extraordinary collision of food, design and fun. On the terrace, in the Dock Kitchen and in the Tom Dixon Shop. 16 – 19 DecemberThursday - Satuday  12pm – 8 pm Sunday 11am – 5 pm Free Entry Portobello Dock 344 Ladbroke Grove London W10 5BU Late Night Thursday 16th December 6 – 8pm Enjoy live music from The Bon...

1 December 2010

Flash Factory in Vancouver

Flash Factory in Vancouver

  Inform Interiors hosted Flash Factory in their Vancouver showroom over the weekend.  What would normally be a static furniture showroom window was transformed into a Flash Factory where the processes of industrial production was brought directly to the customer. A limited number of Etch products were made and sold on site to visiting customers. Etch is a digitally manufactured colle...

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