From the casinos of Atlantic City to Sandy Hook beach in the north, the Jersey Shore has a reputation for boardwalks, Ferris wheels, nightlife and cringe-worthy reality TV.
On the suburban outskirts of London, in a leafy township called Eltham, a new shipping container gallery has sprung up at the local school.
Riding a wave of pop-up success that started with the inaugural London Silk Bar, French luxury goods manufacturer Hermès launched a second portable showroom in Hong Kong in 2009.
It’s hard to impress in the fashion world – it often seems like everything’s already been done.
In a decaying laneway, in the heart of Melbourne’s bustling Chinatown strip, sits the most permanent pop up bar that the city has ever known.
Launched in 2014, DECK is an independent art space that nurtures the community of photography enthusiasts in the South-East Asia region.
Westside Acton Park is a new entertainment space on the edge of Lake Burley Griffin.
Tough Mudder recently created media centre for their notoriously difficult obstacle courses.