Qorone Goes Large

Qorone structure aerial viewQorone structures start at a 5m diameter octagon, ideal for use as cosy glamping units. Add four walls, and the octagon becomes a dodecagon, with a diameter of 8m. This size is currently used as The Magic Teapot, the very popular and much loved touring festival venue, hosting up to 120 people for music and tea around the fire.

For the Showman’s Show in October, Qorone will be debuting its largest structure to date – an 18 side (octadecagon!) structure measuring 12m diameter, providing 112 square metres of floor space for an eating/meeting/greeting area. The structure itself is so beautiful, with hand-finished wooden walls, bellows-like canvas roof and the signature firebowl at the centre, that it barely needs to be dressed. A great alternative to a marquee for weddings and parties, be sure to have a look if you are at the show!

Qorone will also furnish the octadecagon and two other Qorones with a range of event standard furniture. This furniture is built using the same production techniques as the Qorone structures and is very robust, built to be festival proof. Qorone uses locally grown larch and is involved in all stages from felling, transport and milling, to the creation of the final product.

07798 902209, info@qorone.com, www.qorone.com

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