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New home for black + blum

After 18 years ago at the Oxo Tower, black + blum has moved to new premises, reflecting the company’s growth. It was one of the first young companies to enter the iconic Oxo Tower business hub on London’s South Bank, which had been established to provide a creative environment for design orientated businesses.

Over the years the company expanded and has recently refocused its branding and product strategy.

“Thanks to our business refocus, combined with the strong consumer trends in eco-awareness and health and wellness, we are currently seeing a surge in our business”, commented Nick Cornwell, managing director of black + blum. “As we introduce more new products, we are forecasting further growth and the need to expand, and so it is the right time for us to move into bigger, more modern premises”.

The new offices, still on London’s South Bank, incorporate a product showroom and enlarged facilities. The company looks forward to welcoming customers on site.

The new address is 40 Rushworth Street, London SE1 0RB


Top: Some of black + blum’s collection.

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