In celebration of sustainable design without compromise, Harth opens the House of Harth at Islington Square, London.
This radical two-storey pop-up gallery experience showcases furniture, design and art, all of which are available to borrow and buy.
We’re delighted to announce that a selection of Claire Gaudion rugs can be found at House of Harth and you can visit this incredible emporium to view, rent and buy them!
Harth is the world’s first furniture, accessories and art rental platform, founded by Henrietta Thompson and Ed Padmore, Harth is an innovative and sustainable approach to interior design.
House of Harth has been curated by celebrated design studio, Campbell-Rey. The ground floor of the space is an inspiring showcase of design from selected Harth lenders: Established & Sons, A Modern Grand Tour, Atelier Swarovski, Gufram, Ali Robinson, Richard Brendon, Joyce Wang Studios, Claire Gaudion, Utopia & Utility, The Knot Collective, Novacastrian, USM and Att Pynta. All of the items on display are available to rent or buy. The space also features stunning paints and wallpapers by Graham & Brown and contemporary artwork curated by Alkë.
The upper floor of the space has been transformed into a fully functioning co-working space, the Harth Hub, and Harth plan are hosting a range of discussions around innovations currently impacting the way we live and showcase inspiring creative talent and interior design.
House of Harth is open now, and you can visit and discover this amazing pop--up experience for the next few months into 2020, at Islington Square, 116 Upper Street, London, N1 1QP.
Discover more about Harth at @harth_space
Photography by James Harris.