Sustainable shop pops up at London design festival

This is very cool - check out the image in the article. 

From Creative Boom: 

Visitors to this year's London Design Festival will have been impressed by a pop up shop made entirely from a durable, sustainable material, writes Katy Cowan. 

The pop up, called 'ShedShop', created by London based designer Shell Thomas, was constructed from Dufaylite's UltraBoard and used to sell souvenirs, from the Design Museum Shop, to the public at Tent London - one of the largest design trade shows which took place during the festival. 

The shed form has been chosen to symbolise "home-grown" products, as everything available in the shop has been created by young up-and-coming designers. At 1200mm wide and 2400mm high, culture vultures couldn't miss the 'ShedShop' pop-up at various locations across London during the festival. 

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