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GBP £500.00

GBP £ 500.00 / Masterclass per 90 min

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Operating hours:
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Saturday: Closed

Looking for a flower arranging class in London but don’t fancy leaving HOME? Then this workshop is for you.

During this workshop, you and your friends will explore the weird cousin of Ikebana - Freakebana! It's a modern twist on the centuries-old Japanese art form of traditional floral arrangements. The composition will be achieved whilst sitting at a table with friends or family, you will then channel your creativity with seasonal foliage, plants and fruits positioned to emphasise form, line, and colour. You don’t need any prior experience, just a willingness to see the potential in the objects in front of you and feel the freedom to express and explore. All while listening to relaxing music and enjoying a cup of fine quality tea that is sourced by local tea specialists.

Minimum spend: 500
SET UP TIME (part of the experience duration): 30 minutes
Lead time (days) ahead of booking: 3
Maximum number of persons: 5
Included (make sure you list all the items / products you are bringing): Flowers, vegetables, fruits, bowl, kenzan, tea and music.
I will need the host to provide: Table
Keywords: Flowers, Fun, Freakebana, Tea time, Music, Experience
Newington Green London, Islington United Kingdom N5
About the HOMEtainer

Being a nature-loving and spiritual duo influenced by art, design, textiles and shape, it was only fitting that flowers brought HOMEtainers Emmi and Silvia together and formed such a big part of their friendship. Shortly after they discovered Freakebana, a beautiful floral art form that requires artistic judgement and a wonderful sense of creativity using varied materials, not just flowers. They are a creative floral studio based in London focusing on art, floral and set design. As floral artists, they’re determined to transform any concept into a pure visual language using flowers and different elements.

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