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 The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London – Part 3

 The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London – Part 3 – As you know, London is viewed as one of the top Capitals of Design and around September, the British Capital hosts numerous events and exhibitions that seek to promote creativity and innovation!

The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 1

This year, the London Design Festival will take place from 15-23 September 2018 and visitors can expect to see a wide variety of exhibitions throughout numerous venues and institutions in London. Amongst the exhibitors present at this event we can find PullCast! This luxury jewelry hardware brand will be present at Decorex and 100% Design and believe us, PullCast will cause a splash. But today, PullCast Blog will focus on bringing you the best visual guide for the city. So here you’ll find the best Buildings & Shops to visit in London while you attend the festival!

Aria Design Shop

The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 3Aria is found in an impressive building which as well as being home to the design shop, is also the venue for many creative events. The shop stocks an eclectic range of contemporary furnishings as well as hand-selected vintage pieces. Aria also collaborates with local independent designers and artists so be sure to check them out if you are after something a little different. Adress: Barnsbury Hall, Barnsbury St, N1 1PN.

Wembley Stadium

The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 3If you love sports, then you can miss a trip to the Wembley Stadium, one of the ost iconic sports venues of Great Britain! It’s a wonder of modern design and architecture, so don’t miss it! Adress: London HA9 0WS.

Labour & Wait 

The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 3Labour & Wait showcases quality, everyday design products for the home. You won’t find any wacky designs here; everything is traditional and timeless. Many of the designers behind the creations on sale still use traditional manufacturing techniques. If you are after honest, wholesome homeware – look no further. Adress: 85 Redchurch St, E2 7DJ.

Jasper MorrisonThe Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 3

Jasper Morrison provides an entirely different shopping experience. Featuring products from around the world, many made by anonymous designers, the designs on sale are unique, despite being everyday objects. Their website is definitely worth checking out; it, much like the shop, is the epitome of understated chic. Adress: 24 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DA.


The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 3Haus offers a carefully considered selection of the best in contemporary furniture, lighting and homeware from their delightful East London shop.  Products are sourced from leading European design brands and internationally renowned designers, as well as lesser known pieces from smaller producers and independent designers. Adress: 39 Morpeth Rd, E9 7LD.

Kensington Palace

The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 3Kensington Palace is a royal residence set in Kensington Gardens, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It has been a residence of the British Royal Family since the 17th century, and is currently the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Adress: Kensington, London, W8

Borough Market

The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 3Borough Market is a source of British and International produce, and is London’s most renowned food and drink Market. Located next to London Bridge it’s famous for its food stands.

Nothing Hill

The Most Iconic Buildings & Shops in London - Part 3Film locations for the popular romantic comedy Notting Hill (1999) starting Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts, happened around London, including Portobello Road and Nothing Hill, where we can find the famous building with the blue door!

London Paddington Train Station

London Paddington Train StationPaddington, also known as London Paddington, is a Central London railway terminus and London Underground station complex, located on Praed Street in the Paddington area. Much of the main line station dates from 1854 and was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

The Old Cinema

London Paddington Train StationDating back to the 1890s, The Old Cinema was just that. Now refurbished into London’s only department store dedicated to antiques, vintage and retro designs, it is well worth a visit. Items are sourced from around the world and many items are one off pieces that you won’t find anywhere else. Adress: 60 Chiswick High Rd, W4 1PR.

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