Sam, a photographer and director, and Sarah, a stylist and art director, decided to create their dream work place that will have everything necessary for their jobs. In a search for the perfect place, the two of them decided to transform an old paper mill in London to a beautifully designed multi-use workspace- Paper Mills Studios.
In order to restore the three-story industrial building, they worked closely with Gresford Architects. The studio has a separated photo studio, kitchen area, loft, and communal office. It’s designed in a contemporary manner, with exposed bricks and industrial-inspired lighting. The architects added a second-floor mezzanine and zinc-clad rear extension.
With high ceilings and a lot of natural light, the old paper mill is a fantastic space for getting the creative juices flowing. Paper Mills Studios is furnished in an efficient way. The office space has a lot of power-hubs, fast internet connection and enough desk space. Besides the shared workspace, there’s also a meeting room.
The desks are available for daily, weekly or monthly rent. Just like the office space, the kitchen area is also big and well equipped. Together with the photo studio, this lovely space is ready to house some of the London’s most creative individuals.
Paper Mills Studios is located at 9 City Garden Row, London. Just a 10-minute walk away is Old street and Angel underground and down the road you’ll find many buses passing. For those who drive, there’s an all-day parking near the studio and Graham Street Park, just a street away, is perfect for a making a break or enjoying the morning coffee.
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