StudioGreen has created a concept project at Park Mews. It runs a Multi-Facility Creative building with linked businesses that are both Carbon Negative and Non-Toxic.
Our Ethos, Protocols and on-site Rules govern not only the health and safety, security, waste and green aspects of the project but also ask all to follow a personal code of conduct.
This hopefully creates a group consciousness of equality that all can have within the boundaries of the Park Mews premises, but also that equality can be taken away, spread and shared.
Sexism, racism aggression and intolerant attitudes to others lives and life styles are not permitted within the boundary of the premises.
Park Mews also exists as ‘Conflict Free Zone”. This means that conflict issues wether personal or political must be left at the gate. If you wish to exercise a conflict issue it must be done outside the perimeter of the premises. There is enough conflict in this world with constant wars and political turmoil. It is difficult to stop all the worlds troubles but here we can exist for a while without being constantly reminded.
This may be the first “Conflict Free Zone’ in the world and we hope that by setting this example others will follow.Our members / friends hand book is available for new applicants and is available on request after an initial viewing.
We have had many past members. Those that have found their stay an enjoyable one and are still in touch are welcome to stay involved in studio and gallery activities, host events or exhibit and sell their work in conjunction with the events programme.
StudioGreen’s Park Mews project is a long running and it's nearly at completion stage. Once the building and businesses require minimal management and maintenance we hope to eventually provide an educational facility for the local authority so that it's legacy can run for many years.
Park Mews initially started as the owners private design lab and showroom and for a few years was run as a sole trader business. It has been hit hard by Covid19 and has evolved into small individual businesses. Where possible, profits from all the years have been ploughed back into the fabric of the premises and into it's project management, essentially running as a not for profit. Accounts are available on special request.