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Battersea Power Station opens a design store in celebration of the iconic building

Battersea Power Station Design Store

Published on
November 30, 2017


Battersea Power Station has opened a new store paying homage to the iconic Power Station building through a curated selection of products that celebrate its history and heritage.

Open in time for Christmas, the Battersea Power Station Design Store stocks a range of products including homeware, fashion, stationery, jewellery, artwork, gifts and souvenirs, all inspired by the Grade II* Listed icon and its riverside location. Products have been created by local artisans and designer-makers as well as more established brands.

Visitors will be able to shop for unique gifts as well as sample the new restaurants that have opened at this riverside location including Francesco Mazzei’s Fiume, Mother for pizza and great food and drink at No. 29 Power Station West.

Products sold in the Battersea Power Station Design Store include:

  • A Power Station-inspired range of sportswear from up-and-coming London brand, Laurie Nouchka, which has risen to fame for its use of iconic buildings from around the world translated into geometric prints on lycra garments (top, £65, leggings, £100)
  • An exclusive Battersea scent – a collection of Battersea-infused soap products from London-based brand Soapsmith (Bath bombs, £5, Soap, £7)
  • Industrial style handmade homeware accessories from Nick Fraser including coat racks and candelabras fashioned out of steel piping inspired by the Power Station (triple candelabra, £65)
  • Hand-made jewellery from British designer I Am Acrylic (necklace, £28)
  • Crockery from Snowden Flood featuring the Power Station and the London skyline (side plate, £25)

Rob Tincknell, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company, said:

“Battersea Power Station has inspired artists, designers, musicians and textile makers for generations. We are delighted to be able to bring the best of the best under one roof and celebrate the history and heritage of this wonderful building.”

The Battersea Power Station Design Store has been curated in partnership with We Built This City, a London-based business which brings together goods from artists, designers and makers which celebrate the capital city whilst supporting its creative community.

Alice Mayor, Founder of We Built This City, said:

“We’re thrilled to have been able to offer our curation and commissioning services to Battersea Power Station on this exciting new retail destination, whilst also opening up a unique opportunity to our network of talented artists, designers and makers. We watch with excitement as this new permanent home for art and design plays host to a hotbed of creative talent and ideas celebrating what is undoubtedly one of London’s most inspirational and best-loved landmarks.”

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