A groundbreaking collaboration between Club Wembley and Wallpaper Magazine has seen the stereotypical perception of corporate hospitality transformed with the leading design publication giving the Directors’ Box at the world famous stadium a modern style transformation.
Overseen by the Wallpaper Editor-in-Chief, Tony Chambers, the magazine’s talented interiors teams has spent the last six months working with Club Wembley to create a contemporary twist on event hospitality. Crossing the boundaries between a hospitality area, a lounge and a work hub, Wallpaper has subsequently created a thoroughly modern re-interpretation of the conventional, generic event hospitality facility.
As the world’s most iconic stadium, famed for hosting leading sporting and music events, Wembley Stadium has long been regarded as the most famous venue in the world. When the new Wembley Stadium opened in 2007, as well as being one of the most technologically advanced stadia, it also provided an unrivaled hospitality offering. Club Wembley has a total of 160 private boxes and more than 14,000 hospitality seats in total.
The partnership with Wallpaper has seen the two organisations create a truly unique offering to dispel the common image of corporate entertaining being stale and dated.
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