Alpha-Kilo presents ART+INTERIORS as a part of their ongoing Savile Row Salon Series. Gallerist Georgie Grandy and interior designer Alice Leigh together unveil a beautiful space comprised of curated artworks and new collections from leading design brands including Christopher Farr Cloth, Lee Broom and Edward Bulmer.
Alpha-Kilo, the award-winning design communications agency, opens the doors of its newly renovated space for an exciting collaboration with celebrated interior designer, Alice Leigh, and gallerist Georgie Grandy with GrandyArt.
The beautiful Georgian architecture of Number 11 Savile Row is accentuated with new collections from leading contemporary design brands and new works from British artists, all of which are available for order or sale throughout the London Design Festival. Objects and artwork will be replenished upon sale, offering a dynamic and engaging showcase.
Alice Leigh creates a harmonious fusion of timeless elegance and contemporary design featuring distinguished designers and artists, including Amy Kent Rugs, Lee Broom, Christopher Farr Cloth, Maison Margaux, Edward Bulmer Natural Paints, Tom Faulkner, The Oscar Collective, Nimmo and Spooner, Pooky, Acres Farm, Lorfords & Lorfords Contemporary.
This unique collaboration will bring together a diverse range of design elements, creating an ambiance that reflects the seamless blend of traditional craftsmanship and modern aesthetics.
In addition, GrandyArt will be showcasing artwork from sought-after British artists including Emily Crookshank, Fergus Hare, and Catherine Cazalet to name a few to also feature in the space with an exhibition taking place throughout the installation which will also be for sale creating an engaging exhibition space.
ART+INTERIORS at Number 11 opens on September 18th and will run for six weeks, complimented by the Savile Row Salon Series featuring engaging panels from participating artists and brands, as well as private events. The public are welcome to visit the space Monday to Thursday between 11AM to 4PM during the London Design Festival or by appointment.