From 1 December 2016 to 27 February 2017, a Pop-up winter garden is set up in the "Aquarium" of Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain, for three months. For the event, this glass-panelled, spacious area hosts furniture and small decorative items by Luxembourgish designers and two associations from Lorraine. The joint project has been launched by Casino Luxembourg and the ca(fé)sino, in collaboration with Design Friends.
Conceived as a temporary extension of the ca(fé)sino in the "Aquarium" space during the winter months, the Pop-up winter garden is also an exhibition of Luxembourgish and Lorrain design, combining a café-restaurant with a showroom. Clients are invited to taste ca(fé)sino specialities - seasonal dishes, savoury snacks, cakes and pastries, and other tasty treats - while enjoying design pieces which they could discover, use, and even, in some cases, purchase!
Pop-up winter garden
01.12.2016 - 27.02.2017
The launch evening takes place on 1 December 2016, 6 p.m. Free entrance.
Participating designers: Gilles Gardula, Raoul Gross, Tine Krumhorn, André Lopeseco, Les M, Lucie Majerus, Meyers & Fügmann, Olaf Recht, Sapin Brut, Studio Delle Alpi and 2m26.
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