Bert & May Spaces launched phase two of their alternative property development business at Decorex 2015.
Located at the entrance of Decorex at Syon Park, the ‘Big Box’, part of the bespoke modular home range, sat within a beautifully designed meadow garden, created by Josh Chapman, finalist of this year’s RHS Young Gardener of the Year.
The box itself was the ultimate luxury space, driven by considered design. It had two bedrooms, a bathroom and an open plan Bert & May brass kitchen with dining space. Incorporating Bert & May’s iconic reclaimed materials, the box will be clad in weather barn oak with an eco-friendly green roof and wood-fired hot tub in matching reclaimed cladding.
Bert & May have collaborated with some of the industry’s most talented and respected architects, including Box9 and Red Deer, as well as companies renowned for the quality of their products including Robert Taussig, Met Therm, Watermark, The Water Monopoly, Jan Hendzel, Urban Cottage industries, Myson and Howe London.
An exclusive opportunity to own the very first Big Box by Bert & May Spaces
In an exciting twist, the Big Box at Decorex was auctioned off by a sealed bid at last year’s show! Visitors were offered the opportunity to book a private tour of the Box, after which they placed a bid via sealed envelope, with the winner being announced at 4pm on Wednesday the 23rd of September. With a retail value of £225k, this was an exciting opportunity for one of our visitors to own the very first edition of this innovative new property design.
The Big Box by Bert & May Spaces