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Register your Interest in Our New Studio Space

We wanted to share our progress so far in developing our studio space from conception, building site to completion. Take a sneak peek of our workspace so far. Register your interest in our studios by emailing: artisthivestudios@gmail.com           Available August. Viewings taking place now, register your interest. Email now to find out more information! The workspace has a large bright communal area with open plan kitchen, toilets and an outdoor, covered & lockable sculpture yard. We have a range of self-contained studios available (50-190 sqft) and fixed art desks available in the main space. Communal area - fixed art desks starting from £150-£200. Follow our journey and enquire at: artisthivestudios@gmail.com if you're interested in a space.  Spaces Available on Ground Floor: Studio 2 - 75 sqft...

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Buy a Tee and Support our Artist Space!

We're excited to announce that we've launched a range of limited edition T-Shirts and Accessories to support our mission. Alongside our AHS range we have a unique collaboration with artist Polina Bakh, celebrating exceptional women in the arts industry. Part of her series celebrating 100 days of exceptional women. Proceeds from every sale go towards supporting our artist community! Donate in style.  

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Our Picks of Artist’s & Their Studio Spaces

Artist and production is always adapting, despite this the studio remains a pivotal space in which artist’s can develop their works. We roundup our favourite images of artist’s in their studio spaces.   ANTHONY GORMLEY  Source: Carmody Groarke Photography: Oak Taylor-Wood   JEFF KOONS Source: Hubert Fanthomme / Paris Match via Getty Images    RON MUEK Photographed by Gautier Deblonde for the Telegraph   YUE MINJUN Photographed by Jonathan Becker for Vanity Fair   CHANTAL JOFFE Chantal Joffe photographed in her studio in March 2018. Photo: Kate Peters  

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The Millennial Desire for Community

London has seen a rise in communal co-working spaces. remaining the global capital for co-working, ahead of New York. So we thought it would be apt to look into the importance of communal hubs and how the future of working is changing. Co-working space allows for shared ideas and the ability for different fields and types of businesses to intermix. From an individual freelancer, small tech start-up or established company looking for a cutting edge space. What’s caused this sudden surge in co-working environment’s and more importantly is it here to stay? As quoted on Hubble “The Office Group’s revenues soared 62% last year as entrepreneurs and tech giants drove growth. It’s now London’s largest privately-owned occupier of office space with a community of well...

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