Adaptable Workspaces Fit for Creative Leaders
We realise that workspaces are only fit for purpose if they cater for the people that inhabit them. We strive to offer fully adaptable studios which can be completely tailored to the needs of the resident via versatile design and features. We aren’t like regular office landlords, we want the spaces to adapt and change with the people within them.
The pandemic has made many people embrace the need for a place to work outside the home to foster creativity and develop ideas. The new breed of workspace is now focused on improving concentration levels and overall happiness of whoever is using the space. If there’s one thing we have all learnt, it’s that our mental and emotional health is hugely impacted by the environment surrounding us.
Our network of residents have done an amazing job at personalising their space to match their brand and personality. The spaces go beyond what they were intended for and show-off the identity of the resident. Eat Work Art works with the resident to support them with their transition and can offer a consultancy service on how best to set-up.
Wonder what we mean by completely adaptable? We want to reveal how our residents transform their workspaces:
Studio 200, Netil House
From an office for a set of designers, primarily used for desk work and as a hub for the employees:
To a fully sound-proofed music studio for an award-winning TV & Film music composer:
Shop 5, Hackney Downs Studios
From a popular public-facing local bike shop:
To a public art gallery:
To most recently, a renown hairdresser and hair styling academy:
Unit M, Netil Market
From a start-up plant shop:
To an established boutique homeware store:
Studio 020, Netil House
From a Music HQ:
To a perfumer and fragrance workshop:
Arch 4, Hackney Downs Studios
From a blank canvas workshop space:
To a fully-fledged coffee shop and clothing store: