As part of Make It In Brixton’s ‘Lets Talk’ Series we were joined by Tim Gledstone to talk all things hyperlocal.
Tim Gledstone is a Partner at award-winning architects Squire & Partners, based at The Department Store in Brixton. The practice has created workspaces for several emerging brands – including The Ministry for Ministry of Sound, purpose-led operator x+why and a new concept for Workspace – helping develop innovative approaches to working which are adaptive and engage all senses.
Closely tracking changes in workplace culture, Tim has led the design of new hyperlocal Brixton workspace The Department Store Studios – developed by Squire & Partners – which offers high quality flexible workspaces with a focus on wellbeing, sustainability and meaningful connections with the local community. Tim talks us through the idea of hyperlocal living and working and The Studios development which will be opening soon.
We all want to make it.
Make it in our chosen career. Maybe make it big.
Sometimes perhaps just make it to pay day.
But whatever our ambition, what unites us all is the desire to thrive, be recognised – and be supported.
And that’s what Lambeth’s Creative Enterprise Zone is all about. Supporting creative people to do amazing creative things without having to leave our amazingly creative corner of south London.
Because we all want to make it – of course – but more than that, we want to Make It in Brixton.
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