Little Square is a Pop Up Retail Space for brands, online store, wholesaler to test the retail market with low risk and reasonable cost. 

Conveniently located a short walk from Central and Soho, this former 500 square foot printing shop now boasts clean all-white interiors, light and open, in a fun and hip neighbourhood. The quiet street allows for guests to safely spill out onto the street. 


 - Designed to work as a flexible venue, Little Square is yours to create - 

Street level, featuring a glass facade, making it an ideal place for retail pop-up.

 

Back yard storage area, easy for prep work with bathroom, sink and back door access.

Functional interior with adjustable lighting and wall hanging system.


What's Coming Up:

TEA HORSE TREASURE POP UP & EXHIBITION

Original Art, Artifacts & Antiques From Tibet

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"Most pieces had been in the possession of families for decades, with clear provenance and interesting stories to tell" says Bottomley "making them very different from anything else to be found in Hong Kong". - by Adrian Bottomley

For 5 days, from March 26th to 30th, this unique pop-up store will showcase a selection of original Tibetan rugs, artifacts and antiques.  The eclectic collection includes highly distinctive pieces, all personally sourced from along the ancient Tea Horse Road (also known as the Cha Ma Dao in Chinese), one of the greatest odysseys ever made by man.

The exhibition will be hosted by Adrian Bottomley, the owner of Hong-Kong based adventure trekking specialist, Whistling Arrow. For 15 years, Adrian has travelled to remote regions of Western China to explore one of the world’s oldest journeys and most important trade routes. For thirteen centuries, mules hauled tea 3000 miles along its path into Tibet, while in the opposite direction, came war horses to protect China's Northern borders against the Mongols.

Against the backdrop of some of Asia's most rugged and powerful landscapes, Adrian was regularly welcomed into the heart of Tibetan homes and given the rare opportunity to procure original artifacts directly from their local owners

 

The pop up store and exhibition :

Date: Wednesday March 26th until Sunday March 30th.

Time: 10am and 8 pm 

Address: Little Square, GF, 21 Square Street, Sheung Wan (the venue is conveniently located just behind Hollywood Road, near the Man Mo temple and on the opposite side to 'Cat Street').

 

For further information please contact Adrian Bottomley at 2811 8892 or adrian@whistlingarrow.com