Pop up specialists

Design

OOOD prides ourselves on on our diverse range of work. We also understand the need for quick turnaround and high quality production on pop up projects.

We have a talented team of multi-disciplinary architects, designers and makers. Once briefed we work closely with our clients and guide them through, the often daunting, design process using digital, 1:1 scale 3D models and visualisations.

Build

We produce everything in house in our South London workshop, which allows us to control costs and deliver things in short turnaround. We have a wide mix of machinery and expertise including: metal, leather, wood, CNC, casting and many many more.

Install

We also complete the installation of all of our builds. This means we can guarantee quality and manage costs. We design elements to be built off site and ‘dropped’ into place.

 

Below are selected examples of previous pop up projects we have delivered

 

BRICK Mag - Hammersmith

BRICK Mag documents the current landscape of hip-hop and its ever-expanding cultural reach.

“Met with an unusual brief, the team at OOOD provided valuable input in the early stages of our project, with their own experience and knowledge helping to further develop our designs and ideas that resulted in a finished build that far exceeded our expectations in terms of aesthetics, but also helped us to execute our vision far more effectively that we would have done without their collaboration. 

Working to a really tight deadline, the entire process was under excellent management in their safe hands and it was a true pleasure to work with them and to see the space come to fruition.” 

Sam, Co-Founder, Brick the Mag

The aesthetic of the build was achieved with a simple palette of materials: OSB, acrylic and breeze blocks with the fluorescent orange acrylic mirroring the brands colours.

The aesthetic of the build was achieved with a simple palette of materials: OSB, acrylic and breeze blocks with the fluorescent orange acrylic mirroring the brands colours.

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ADAY - Covent Garden

ADAY provide technical, seasonless, sustainable clothing for women. They approached OOOD with an opportunity to design, build and install their first pop up in the UK and due to the success they had their lease extended by 6 months. 

We worked closely with the ADAY to provide something that matched their values as well as delivering the easy to configure, multi-use space they required.

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Candy Mechanics - Covent Garden

Out of Order was commissioned to design and build a central feature piece for Candy Mechanics pop up store in Covent Garden.

Utilising our skills in digital fabrication we took a 3D scan of Candy Mechanic’s Events Lead George and using a CNC we machined each layer and constructed the giant head to take centre stage in the store window.

We also carried out the store fit out.

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Commonworks - Somerset House

Pictures of the Floating World was an ‘An experimental animation made entirely from woodblock prints, produced using a combination of traditional cell animation, hand printing techniques and custom digital programs.’’ - Commonworks

This pop up housed 50 one-off woodblock prints used to make the animation as well as a limited run of prints for sale.

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Candy Mechanics - Events cart

Out of Order was commissioned to build a number of Candy Carts which are hired for corporate and private events.

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LANDSEC LAB

 Workspace, Land Securities & Thirdway Architecture, Bankside


Modular + reconfigurable furniture for challenging the way people use meeting spaces for a pop up workspace based at Sustainable Ventures. OOOD built 38 separate pieces of tessellating plywood furniture. Every element fits and stacks together creating a fluid and adaptable space with numerous configurations. 

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OOOD designed and built the 6m x 3.6m dark room for image processing. It is made up of modular sections which allows customisation and decreases build time.

OOOD designed and built the 6m x 3.6m dark room for image processing. It is made up of modular sections which allows customisation and decreases build time.

CAD image showing the breakdown of each of the furniture elements, how they would be assembled and what material matches with which piece.

CAD image showing the breakdown of each of the furniture elements, how they would be assembled and what material matches with which piece.

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Simple, modular fit-out elements reflected the brand’s style and utilising french cleat hanging system we allowed for easy variations to displays.

Simple, modular fit-out elements reflected the brand’s style and utilising french cleat hanging system we allowed for easy variations to displays.

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Working in Somerset House meant no fixings to walls / floors which informed the design.

Working in Somerset House meant no fixings to walls / floors which informed the design.

 
 
 
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