Some of our most exciting events have been fully-immersive, and shrouded in secrecy! From launches for some of the world’s most exclusive brands to an immersive pop-up that brought the spirit of Italy to Brick Lane, here are a few of our favourites.
Ray-Ban’s “13th hour” was a feast for senses you didn’t know you had. The deeply immersive, extra-sensory experience brought the brand’s global campaign to a close at Shoreditch Town Hall. Read more.
Dedicated to showing off the best of Italian culture, this pop-up took place at the Boiler House (part of the Old Truman Brewery) and featured immersive installations, a restaurant with Michelin-starred chef Accursio Craparo and a bar. The event was inspired by the Italian Piazza – the space within the city that forms the heart and soul of Italian social life. Read more.
The underground world of Waterloo station set the scene for an incredible party this month, when we catered for the official launch of new digital agency Phantom. Deep within this subterranean lair, the Vaults are one of the capital’s best kept secrets. The venue is ideal for corporate and private events with a twist, and features 30,000 sqft of accessible, flexible and delectable Victorian brickwork fused with abandoned 70s office space. It’s the perfect space to let your imagination run wild. Read more.
This party was shrouded in mystery ahead of opening. It took place in an abandoned wind tunnel used by Bentley to test the aerodynamics of its last V8–powered car in 1957. Among four–metre replacement turbine blades, sections of aircraft fuselage and chunky technology of yesteryear, Bentley VIP guests celebrated the Continental GT V8 S launch with a soundtrack provided by Hed Kandi DJs and Naim Audio. Read more.