Bermondsey Launch Party


Bermondsey launch ends up in the toilet


You know it’s been a good launch party when it ends up in a public toilet. Well, actually, you might assume it’s been a very bad launch party if you end up in a public toilet, unless that public toilet is the Bermondsey Arts Club, official address listed as ‘Bermondsey Arts Club, Former Public Conveniences, 102A Tower Bridge Road’.

We had particular cause to celebrate this particular launch, of London Square’s Bermondsey development, having worked on the project since the very beginning, and having had the opportunity to flex our designs muscles across all our services on this 4.7 acre landmark development. From interior spec, through CGI and show home design to the impressive double height marketing suite, we have lived and breathed this project for the last couple of years.


Across new build and warehouse style properties, our specification has been designed to differentiate the diversity of homes available on this site, whilst also establishing a continuity across the development. Subway tiles and butler sinks, bespoke cabinetry and deep bronzed ironmongery, every last little detail has been realised according to our original design.


To enable and assist a launch off-plan the creation of a bank of CGIs was essential to show case the properties. A series of fly-through videos and still images were utilised, supporting sales in their pitches to prospective purchasers.


Then onto the design and installation of a spacious two bed show apartment, complete with built in dining area, a stunning antiqued mirrored backdrop to the master bedroom and the brightest yellow entrance hall paint colour. All a little bit gorgeous.


And then, the piece de resistance, the icing on the cake, the cherry on the top, this stunning gallery-sized marketing suite space. From an oversized tiled reception wall, past the hand-drawn mural map, through the critall-style doorways into a spacious marketing area complete with bar and cafe seating, all overlooked by a balcony selections area on the first floor under an impressive glazed warehouse roof. A pretty good finale to our work on this London Square development.

And, finally, because we are all slaves to social media, we made sure that any Instagram moments were perfectly captured against a back drop of “Hello, Bermondey. You are looking gorgeous today” conveniently paraphrased into a much more hash-taggable “You are gorgeous”. Like we planned it….

(Instagram moment of Joanne C, the designer of the stunning marketing suite!)

(Instagram moment of Joanne C, the designer of the stunning marketing suite!)

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