Design Studio Evie Group are set to open a pop-up shop at Sydney’s Gaffa Gallery in February.
January 10th, 2012
Between 13 February and 3 March, Gaffa Gallery will be home to Evie Group – aka Alex Gilmour and Dominic Chong – as the duo hosts their very first pop up space and celebrates the launch of lighting collection Spun.
The Spun light is a floor, table or pendant lamp inspired by the classic wooden spinning top toy. Playful and decorative, the piece has garnered Evie Group much attention, earning a finalist spot in the 2011 Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Awards.
The Gaffa Gallery pop-up space will let Evie Group launch the Spun collection as well as showcase their Emily Tea Set and Frederick Glassware, among other creations.
Emily Tea Set
The Evie Group philosophy is all about products that are “simple, elegant and with a timeless aesthetic,” says the duo.
“Each Evie product has its own personality, told through the details of its design.”
Follow Evie Group on Facebook and Twitter for more information and special offers – and head down to Gaffa Gallery from 13 February to meet the designers and go in the draw to win an Emily Tea Set of your own!
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