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Can a cafe promote happiness?

These are strange times, where the wider the potential is for our global networks, the more isolated and lonely we feel, especially in big cities. Never before has there been some much discourse and discussion about the pursuit of happiness and how we can improve or mental and physical wellbeing ...

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Pop Brixton

We missed Pop Brixton's grand Phase 1 opening last week as the idea of another container 'Box Park' venture wasn't particularly appealing, but after having heard Carl Turner from Carl Turner Architects who build the project talk at a recent discussion ...

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Connecting creative communities: Ryan Bukstein from Atelier Ace

"..the connection to the local community and to the artists and the creators and the entrepreneurs, in these communities, that is what the work is, that is what we do and what we're interested in and the hotels become a very unique platform.." The Ace hotel group ...

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Cultivater: Alistair Skitt (Hatch)

Founder and manager of multi-use space Hatch, Alistair Skitt transformed a dilapidated print factory into a co-working space. Although only open since May, Hatch is becoming somewhat of a hub for the more craft-based maker style small businesses that make up a large proportion of the new entrepreneur ...

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(S)potted: Hatch

This newish space is tucked away behind Homerton station, but once you know it's there you really can't miss it. Alistair Skitt took up the challenge to turn an old factory into Hatch, a space for creativity and indie enterprise with the aim to encourage small businesses ...

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Cultivater: Alexis Blondel (Total Refreshment Centre)

Alexis Blondel landed in London from across the channel 10 years ago and quickly got the warehouse living bug, enjoying the space and the freedom these large spaces provide like being able to skate in his living room. In 2012 he took over a Jamaican social club in Stoke Newington ...

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(S)potted: Seeds & Sounds at Dig this Art Garden Centre

Just (S)potted today, a plant nursery-health food shop-second hand record store Dig this Art. What a combination! A family run business started in 2008, Dig this Nursery has been spreading its seeds across around South London with their first garden centre in ...

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V&A ON AIR – Friday Late – It’s All Yours..or is it?

As part of the London Festival of Architecture, this month's V&A Friday late event explores ideas about civics, democracy, public space and the role that museums play. The public is invited to take ownership of the museum for the evening and we will be there too with ...

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Phytology: Celebrating weeds

Hidden behind an enclosure on a Bethnal Green housing estate is the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve, a haven of peace and tranquility, a wild garden in the city. Within this garden is a meadow of 'weeds' this is Phytology, a multidisciplinary project celebrating the medicinal and nutritional ...

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The Holborn Magazine (and Workshop)

After a few years celebrating quality independent design and craft online, The Holborn Magazine has decided it's time to move into print and launch as a 'proper' magazine that you can stroke and smell. This week is the launch of their ...

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