Preparations are under way for sensational summer parties in 2014, as our production company Fullcircle prepares to transform three stunning spaces for another season of alfresco fun. Choose from a sporty, nostalgic feel at The Artillery Garden, HAC or a quirky yet elegant look at The Pavilion at the Tower of London. Or, if you’d prefer to put your own mark on your summer space, Old Billingsgate is the perfect choice. Here understated design can be adapted to suit any event.
Summer at The Artillery Garden, HAC takes inspiration from its adjacent sports green, where the summer months are spent playing cricket as spectators indulge in strawberries and Pimm’s. A grassy green colour scheme brings the outside in, whilst floor to ceiling windows complete the look. With nods to Wimbledon, Lords and the Great British Summer, The Artillery Garden at The HAC is the perfect place to soak up summertime nostalgia.
For a stylish lounge setting head to The Pavilion, which takes pride of place alongside the Tower of London. Brilliant blue accents stand out against a cool, understated colour scheme, whilst
unique design features are inspired by the eclectic eccentricity of Victorian haberdasheries. Towering above the reception space is an opulent oak panelled library, with shelves filled with the stories of a globetrotter’s collection. A stunning 10m bespoke print adorns one wall, immersing guests in the atmosphere of 19th Century luxury.
Prepare to impress at Old Billingsgate this summer, where events take place against the extraordinary backdrop of an iconic venue. With full installation and production included, this is the ideal space for any event. Here chrome and copper hues meet to dramatic effect, for an understated design which lends itself perfectly to any branding or colour scheme. Clusters of metallic lamps create incredible focal points throughout the reception space, and are complemented by simple, elegant design. The urban luxe style is continued onto the venue’s terrace, where guests are invited to enjoy sweeping views across the Thames.