A New Studio

Big News…

Gary Drostle new studio… We are very excited to announce that we have moved to a great new studio location. – The newly developed Lakeside Centre in Thamesmead.

Part of the iconic original Thamesmead concrete brutalist architecture, immortalised in Kubrick’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’, the Lakeside Centre has been redeveloped by Bow Arts Trust. A new cultural hub with artists studios, a nursery and café. We are very happy to be joining this new venture, particularly as it is in our home neighbourhood.

A new culture and arts hub for Thamesmead

Funded by the Mayor’s London Regeneration Fund (LEAP) and Peabody, Bow Arts have fully renovated the iconic Lakeside Centre. The building has been redesigned by 00 Architecture. As well as breathing new life into the building – with its stunning views of Southmere Lake and Thamesmead’s iconic tower blocks. This amazing building will once again become the focus of cultural and community life for residents and visitors alike to Thamesmead. The project will also include a wider partnership of events, school programmes, public art and affordable housing for cultural key workers.

Gary Drostle new studio address is:–

Drostle Public Arts
Studio B – The Lakeside Centre
Bazalgette Way
London, SE2 9AN
United Kingdom

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Posted: September 17, 2019


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