The Pantechnicon in London was built in 1830 as an impressive art and crafts bazaar. Those traditions have inspired the future of this building, which has been freshly renewed and is now home to six different experiences that celebrate creativity and craftsmanship.
Pantechnicon introduces two new backgrounds and cultures to the guest: the Nordic and the Japanese.
Photo Courtesy: Pantechnicon London
FEATURED: SIBAST No 8 DINING
Pantechnicon has chosen Sibast No 8 Dining Chair. The interior designer has chosen many other big design names to furnish Pantechnicon´s many rooms. Among them, Sibast No 8 stands out thanks to its firm and elegant design, creating an excellent design combination. These features allow a balanced ambiance and contribute to ensuring the guest an unforgettable experience.