11 Monday 11th August 2014
Vans wants the space to represent the eclectic nature of London and the creative spirit that's maintained Vans' popularity for over 45 years. In an era when urban renewal has become associated with coffee shops, pop-up restaurants and mini-malls made of shipping containers, it's refreshing to see such an amazing use of space.
House of Vans will let young artists exhibit their work and allow budding creatives to make a name for themselves. Best of all, it will give the city's skaters a chance to progress in a park protected from London's unpredictable elements.
And another thing - this isn't a temporary installation. House of Vans is permanent, and better yet, it's free.
For more details check out the House of Vans site. Click here to book a skate session.
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