Location House

Providing access to architecture for event and film production

Finding incredible buildings is what we love to do. We source unconventional and aspirational properties in Central London for event and film production. Our specialist team deliver a seamless operational service, drawing from a wellspring of event expertise and a deep understanding of all our spaces.


What Happened


Tiffany & Co.

Following the brand’s celebration in Brooklyn, Tiffany & Co. made its way over to London’s very own Shoreditch High Street to throw an edgy urban launch party for their latest collection, the Tiffany City HardWear. The N&C building provided the perfect industrial site to unveil this new utilitarian range to an exclusive list of attendees, including… Read More


The Sorting Office was thrilled to host the grand unveiling of Ferrari’s mid-engine V8 supercar, the 488 GTB. At what was a star-studded and highly-exclusive event, nearly one thousand high-profile guests flocked to our giant industrial space to celebrate the launch of this stylish new automobile. Donna Air, Mary Charteris and Jade Pafitt, alongside other… Read More

Art Night 2017

Art Night 2017 invited an array of acclaimed artists from around the world to take over extraordinary and unusual spaces across East London for one night only. We welcomed the brilliant Anne Hardy into our Nicholls & Clarke Showrooms on Shoreditch High Street. Presented in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery and curated by Fatos Utek, this… Read More


After a short period of reinvention, Donatella Versace and her new Creative Director, Anthony Vaccarello, brought their diffusion line Versus back into the limelight with an astonishing Spring/Summer 16 runway show at B1. Versus is certainly a label with attitude and, in a complex feat of production by My Beautiful City, models aptly stormed down… Read More


Dame Vivienne Westwood selected B1 as the venue for her Spring/Summer 15 collection – the Red Label – inspired by the work of Russian artist Leon Bakst and French fashion of the eighteenth-century. The iconic designer began her career in 1971, along with her then partner Malcolm McLaren in London. Since then, her inspirational ideas… Read More

Diesel: #MakeLoveNotWalls

Diesel teamed up with the esteemed fashion photographer David LaChapelle to put forward a message of love and unity for their new SS17 global anti-division campaign. The launch party was held at our Nicholls & Clarke Showrooms in East London and saw the likes of Naomi Campbell, Diesel’s Artistic Director Nicola Formichetti and Diesel Founder… Read More

No Commission London

The Dean Collection and Bacardi presented NO COMMISSION: LONDON, a three-day experiential celebration of art and music in our Southwark Arches. Following on from sell-out shows in Miami and the Bronx, this contemporary art fair showcased the works of Ricardo Cavolo, Conor Harrington and d*face to name but a few. NO COMMISSION is a platform designed to… Read More

Animal Ball

Victoria House Basement opened its doors to the Animal Ball, London’s most inspired and creative tribute to the Animal Kingdom. With the support of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Animal Ball in London recruits the help of the most iconic fashion houses to design breathtaking animal-themed masks, such as Chloe,… Read More


In collaboration with the Woolmark Company, Agi & Sam presented their AW17 collection in our Welsh Chapel for London Fashion Week Men’s. The British label showed off their new wool-rich collection that celebrated the coming together of nations, cultures and communities. In a world-first, the fashion house also teamed up with Boiler Room for an… Read More