Due to the Global Pandemic of Covid-19 StudioGreen has had to adapt as a business and evolve with the Park Mews project. A new venture has started from this providing limited facilities for artists, musicians, makers and creatives. The Gallery and specialist exhibition activities have been planned but not opened. Now a large show is in construction and will open in June.
We occasionally provide spaces for shoots , creative events and our interior designed rooms as locations.
In 2018 free workshop space was provided at Park Mews, for a collaboration between Ongéan Environmental Design Lab and Collective Works to build a pavilion for Lambeth & The London Festival of Architecture 2018. (see below)
The Gallery space is now in re-fit and will open again in June.
The Global Warming Kitchen not only feeds shows but occasionally provides a facility for daylight food photography, teaching , workshops and covers more than 600 sq ft of workable space. It is equipped for most types of cooking processes with additional equipment for street food stalls and food events. A varied selection of backgrounds and kitchen props are currently available for hire and our in-house workshops and Art Department can create many more depending on the shoot brief. Just ask! We also have access to a collector of vintage and retro kitchen wares and crockery that we are currently cataloging.