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Altitude London launches pop-up events space Skyloft

14 August 2012 by
Altitude London launches pop-up events space Skyloft

Altitude London has opened new pop-up events space Skyloft at the top of Westminster's Millbank Tower.

Open until early next year, Skyloft was created specifically for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Occupying an entire floor of the riverside venue, it features a warehouse-style interior.

The wooden floor is recycled from the gymnasiums where Olympians once trained and the exposed red brickwork was reclaimed from a disused Manchester cotton mill to give the venue a vintage feel.

Danielle Etzin, chief executive of Altitude London, said: "We believe this exciting event space offers something completely new and we are thrilled by the feedback we have received from our clients who have already seen it."

By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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