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The AR is media sponsor for new event at London Design Festival

The editors would like to invite its loyal readers to a networking party this Wednesday night at the Tramshed in East London

The Architectural Review is having a networking party at the Tramshed, East London, a new design exhibition that will showcase work from 25 international brands in a disused power station. If you would like to come to meet and have a drink with the editorial staff, there are still a few invitations left (see details below). Please email will.hunter@emap.com to be put on the guest-list with RSVP TRAMSHED as the subject; this will be on a first-come-first-served basis and a reply will confirm your place. The AR editors look forward to meeting you then.

If you can’t make this event, the show will be open until 26 September. Among a number of interesting launches to be unveiled will be Dwelling Lab, by Kvadrat and BMW Group. The Danish textile manufacturer’s and car producer’s collaboration is described as ‘an intriguing sculpture exploring a new vernacular, bringing together elements that are part sedan, part SAV, part coupe for the exterior design, while at the same time creating a visionary interior that is as luxurious as it is modern and functional.’

The Tramshed and AR Preview Networking Night
Wednesday 22 September
6.30pm - 8.30pm
32 Rivington Street, London
EC2A 3LX
www.thetramshedevent.co.uk

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