residence, art studio
Charles Coull, 2017
DEEP SPACE, 4 Ashby Mews, SE4 1TB
New build live/ work unit, unique architecture in a quiet mews in Brockley.
St John’s rail station is also nearby
Ground floor accessible.
Featured on Channel 4's Building the Dream with Charlie Luxton, Deep Space is a live work unit compromised of a large glass studio for Eryka Isaak, a glass artist who has been practising for over 30 years.
There is a second flexible studio space incorporating a guest suite, including 'clean' space for photographing artworks and renting to other artists and practitioners as well as Airbnb.
The entire first floor is living accommodation for Eryka and her Sports coach husband, Sam.
Interesting architectural features such as a contemporary roofline, large glazing, floor to ceiling doors, handmade tiles and a terrace make this space unique.
Original artworks throughout, from local artists and Eryka Isaak.
walk/tour, open site
Guided walks through Brockley Conservation Area's quirky mews: leafy lanes, industrial units, Victorian and interesting modern architecture existing in harmony. The cherished public right of way allows community contact with nature.
Part of the Tyrwhitt-Drake and Wickham families' estates, 1851
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