Andrew Martin: The Lost City of Ozymandias

Martyn White

Posted on September 24 2019

Andrew Martin launches 'The Lost City of Ozymandias' at Focus 19 during the London Design Festival. 


During the 2019 edition of the London Design Festival, Andrew Martin took over a show space at the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour for Focus 19. The pop-up installation was inspired by the poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley and Horace Smith that explores the fate of history itself; how the unforgiving march of time obliterates even the greatest of man's achievements. The impressive and incredibly photogenic installation showcased new collection pieces from the brand, nestled amongst luscious foliage, jungle animal projections and large-scale murals - an unforgettable showcase for 2019. 

Andrew Martin The Lost City of Ozymandias Jungle Chelsea Harbour Andrew Martin The Lost City of Ozymandias Jungle Chelsea Harbour Andrew Martin The Lost City of Ozymandias Jungle Chelsea Harbour Andrew Martin The Lost City of Ozymandias Jungle Chelsea Harbour

The pop-up show space and installation were located at Design Centre North for the duration of Focus - a large, week-long event hosted by the Design Centre during the London Design Festival at their location in Chelsea.

Click to visit the Andrew Martin website for further information on the collection of furniture pieces featured. Information on the Design Centre and their annual Focus event can be found via their official website. 




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