Mel & Sal at Popology

Mel & Sal is a collaboration between Christchurch interior designer Melanie Bloom and clothing designer Sally Paterson.

Pop up to their design store for that special item for your home, to enquire about Brackenridge & Bloom’s interior design services or to try on some of Sall & Co’s New Zealand-made designer clothing range for women and teenagers.

Their shop is homed in Popology, a beautiful space adjacent to Shopology.

Shopology can be hired by businesses for sales and marketing exposure on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis.

Bookings are being taken now by retail collective Shopology via the booking form below for this light, spacious 30m² space that is located on level 1 of the historic Boys’ High Building, 28 Worcester Boulevard. It’s available for hire from Monday 6 November, 2017.

Showcase your business in the heart of the city by hiring this gorgeous heritage space that has been fully renovated to be warm, light and modern.

Ideal uses:

  • Pop-up shop
  • Tasting space
  • Creative workshops
  • Demonstrations
  • Product Launches
  • Gallery space

Features: 

  • Solid foot traffic in highly desirable central city location
  • Three large white walls with picture rails ready for hanging
  • Beautiful wooden floors and shared walkway
  • Electric skylight
  • High ceiling
  • Modern clean palette

THE LEASING DETAILS

  • Cost: $375 +GST per week, to be paid in advance
  • Cost includes use of shared kitchen, bathrooms, fibre broadband, electricity andOPEX
  • Weekly leases commence from Monday 10am and end on Sunday at 3pm
  • Pack-out and clean-up need to be completed by 5pm Sunday
  • There is no storage space
  • Tenants are responsible for:
    • Fit-out
    • Staffing
    • Packaging
    • Point-of- sale system
    • Cleaning

BOOKING
Use this booking form to make a booking inquiry. If you have any further questions please contact Shopology 

Booking Enquiry - Popology
(hire of the space begins on Monday and ends on Sunday)
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