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  • Another week done in the somewhereto_ Boxpark pop-up shop and true to form this week has been as diverse and exciting as we’ve come to expect! Just ask young shop managers Laura Frood and Misha Meghna…

    The week started off with a bang with young fashion designer Arsalan Khalily of Diam Clothing drawing in the crowds, all dying to snap up pieces from his latest collection. Keep an eye on this one; a real superstar in the making!

    Wednesday saw our first installation of the month courtesy of the very talented Alice Woods. Her striking pieces invite the viewer to think about technology in the modern world and to question its role within our own lives. We also saw an exhibition from Emma Nabrynjd - a photography student at Central Saint Martins. Her images from a disposable camera were a beautiful and abstract exploration of light.

    Thursday was foodie day! We had divine nut butters from Pip and Nut - not only absolutely delicious but all free from additives. Our personal favourite was the maple nut butter! To quench our thirst after a long day we had natural lemonades from Square Root London - the dynamic duo Ed and Robyn were a joy to work with and even had us dancing in the shop!

    We then closed the week with urban stylings from fashion trio Something About Elizabeth. They transformed our space into a funky, urban fashion store and with complimentary work from artist Che Kumar our store was looking ready for the weekend.

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    somewhereto_ t-shirt design competition!

    Fancy designing a t-shirt for the somewhereto_ London Flashmob Dance?

    somewhereto_LDN are planning a Flashmob Dance taking place in June as part of A Good Week 2012.

    A team of dancers will take to the streets of Central London to perform a routine celebrating all things Good!

    We are looking for a young person to design the show gear! If you would like to be in with the chance of having dancers wear your design in a central London location, why not use your imagination to capture attention in this unusual space.

    See below for more details and how to apply, if you need a release form request here!

    Get in touch with somewhereto_ today to use one of our spaces that are located all around the UK, you can even search where the closest space is to you by postcode!


    A 425 sq ft industrial unit within New England House, near Brighton railway station.

    The space is basic and adaptive and includes a table that seats six (or ten if folded out). Free for meetings/ project-starting, etc. There’s seating for up to sixteen in total. There are incredible views to the south and of the whole city.

    The building is council-owned, was the world’s first purpose-built high-rise industrial tower block, and now houses a work-neighbourhood of artists, makers, designers, architects, bakers, printers, technologists and more.

    Please get in touch now for more details on this space! Or if it isn’t what you’re looking for tell us what you are after.