New creative community in Lambeth.
Old Paradise Yard in South London brings together a spectrum of entrepreneurs, artists, designers and makers. It hosts a cafe, art gallery, music rehearsal space, recording studio and 3D printing lab.
Visitors had the chance to explore the space and chat and speak with the site’s array of creative residents, including architects, artists, prop makers, designers, musicians
We've made it to March and Spring is just around the corner. Looking forward, proposals for the open studios are being welcomed, so we've put together
'This month we’re paying homage to New York City, that crucible of global music and culture it seems everyone’s been tapping into lately. Here at Kingdom
Here's the monthly message from Kingdom Collective:"2016 has rolled around, and with it a fresh batch of prospects for us all. In this instalment of Music
If you rummage amongst the selection of recents, classics, and a few deeper cuts in this month’s playlist, you’ll find signees to Hackney Downs’ Moshi Moshi
For November, artist Adam Bartlett's work accompanies a playlist they describe as celebrating the 'bassy and shimmering, the colourful and dramatic'. Get listenin' below. Ever feel
As resident sculptor Tim Hollins says, Waterloo is now one of the 'creative hubs of London', and Old Paradise Yard is at its core. So, we
Every year, we open our doors and invite the people of London to explore the studios and meet the faces behind the exceptional creative work taking
Bug has been part of the family for a few years now, previously Front of House at Netil House in London Fields whilst studying Fashion Design
The age old question. The one that keeps you up at night. Your mind is whirling and whirling, but nothing comes to you! That's right...Father's day.
Collaborations between our residents always brings a smile to our faces here at HQ. So the discovery that Netil360 were offering Lunch BXD lunches every day
With an architect grandfather, and a photographer and painter as a father, Adeline and Marie- Isabel (aka Cooky) were 'soaked with creativity from the start', and