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Cool Collaborators

by Kate Phelan
07th Apr 2015

Residential project in Monkstown by Lost Weekend

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The upcoming collaboration between contemporary interior design experts Lost Weekend and Nordic Elements, launching with a pop-up in Dun Laoghaire at the end of April, sounds like a match made in heaven?

Collaborators Emily Maher of Lost Weekend (pictured below) and Helle Moyna of Nordic Elements share a mutual appreciation for all things aesthetically pleasing for the home, and both companies have firm followings of dedicated d?cor devotees. Their forthcoming collaboration isn’t exactly surprising, but it’s definitely exciting.

Pooling their expansive design expertise, they will now come together to offer ?the complete design solution for the home or business project? to private and corporate clients.?We’re eagerly anticipating prospective projects from this popular partnership, which will launch with a wine reception and a Nordic Elements pop-up on Wednesday, April 29, at Lost Weekend, Dun Laoghaire, from 7pm-9pm. The pop-up will run until Friday, May 8. See you there!

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To meet another design-mad duo partial to a pop-up, check out our article on the women behind Dust of Camden Street.

Kate Phelan for @Image_Interiors