Firepit, Ground floor unit 5, 10 Cutter Lane, SE10 0XX
Firepit is an artist run collective. The collective's purpose is to create a safe inclusive space for artists to work and for people to visit. There will be ten multi-media artists exhibiting at Firepit during Open House to enjoy.
Firepit is an artist run collective. We have seven resident artists in the building, numerous associate artists and two charity partners. The collectives purpose is to create a safe inclusive space for artists to work and for people to visit. We hold workshops and events in the space as well as showcasing Firepit artists' work in a permanently setup gallery space. We work closely within the local community, developing ideas alongside the people that live and work here.
Some of the subject matters of the artwork we are displaying include, reflecting hidden illnesses, the human journey connected to mental health, highlighting the hidden stories of key workers within our community, emotional and metaphysical storytelling, feminine expression & sensuality, breaking down barriers of prejudice and stereotype, use of natural sustainable materials and various community led projects. This comes in the form of Abstracts, Mixed Media, Photography, Sculpture and more.
Artists: Marcus Jake, Ernesto Romano, Shumaiya Khan, Pragya Kumar, José Garcia Oliva, GCASFM, Gregory Ford, Dav Tau, Anastasya Martynova, Nelly Khanum and a few surprise guest artists.
Design District is a collection of 16 buildings designed by eight architects, one minute from North Greenwich station. The District supports an ecosystem of creative businesses and helps foster connections through affordable spaces, comprehensive facilities and a thriving events programme.
walk/tour, mixed use, gallery, offices, community/cultural, art studio
A pair of affordable studio buildings as part of a new creative district on the Greenwich peninsula. David Kohn Architects worked with developer Knight Dragon on two new build creative studio buildings as part of the Design District.
David Kohn Architects, 2022
Drop in / Guided tour
theatre, health, education, concert/performance space, art studio
The building, designed by Mole Architects, comprises a 2000 square foot rehearsal top-lit studio, open-plan office, music production studio. Constructed entirely from timber, clad in weathered steel and designed to limit energy consumption.
Mole Architects, 2022
Designed by SelgasCano, listen to musicians perform in different areas inside and outside of Canteen during the festival. We'll be showcasing some of London's best independent musicians. Enjoy food and drink from global street food traders.
The NOW Gallery is an art space - contained within two curved glass pavilions linked by a patinated brass-edged canopy - which defines the southern edge of Peninsula Square and acts as a gateway to the south, the cable car and Central Park.
Barfield Marks, 2014
Drop in / Guided tour
Building D2 designed by Mole Architects has a striking exterior with an iridescent painted finish that changes colour with the light. Internally timber was chosen for its renewable low-carbon properties. Mole Architects also designed the adjacent C2, Ziggurat-shaped and clad in CorTen weathered steel, which makes a striking statement. The building is fitted out with a test kitchen and studios.
Mole Architects, 2021
Building D1, designed by Architecture 00 forms one of two buildings that house Bureau, which offers coworking in the heart of Design District. D1 is home to a variety of workspaces and businesses with meeting rooms, studios and Forum.
Architecture 00, 2021
Drop in / Workshop
The Institute of Creativity and Technology is based in Design District building A1, designed by Barozzi Veiga. It is a future-focused home of experimentation, connection and collaboration. Explore the building and take part in workshops.
Barozzi Veiga, 2021
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