The House of Peroni

Posted on July 25, 2013 by Toothpicker There have been 0 comments

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With so many events and festivals happening throughout London during the summer, it's hard to keep up with everything sometimes. But one of the interesting places to visit throughout July is The House of Peroni set inside a beautiful building at 41 Portland Place.

The house showcases contemporary Italian culture, featuring art, design, film, fashion, as well as talks and interactive activities that take place every evening. There is also a terrace bar and restaurant serving food prepared by Michelin-Starred chefs The Costardi Brothers.

 

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There are many interesting art installation throughout the house, I especially like the Italian visual and light artist, Carlo Bernardini's optic fibres installation throughout the house. I also managed to see several artists/ designers from Neon working on a house installation made from thread, which will be used as a DJ booth for the upcoming events.

The staff there are especially friendly and helpful, and I was told that they will be back in November again with new installations... Cool!

 

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The House of Peroni will stay open until the end of the month and it is free to visit during the day.


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