British Council Maker Library: Prototype making and learning spaces
Maker Libraries is a British Council project commissioned as part of Connect ZA, a programme starting in 2014 which aims to create connections between young creatives and audiences in the UK and South Africa. The Maker Library Network at the Open Government Partnership Annual Summit (OGP) is a learning experiment that brings together ThingKing in Cape Town and Makerversity in London.
Assemble & Join: Public Access Digital Manufacturing, Lower Marsh
A temporary collaborative community workshop in a re-purposed cafe. Using digital manufacturing, local people are able to design, develop and implement physical changes to the public realm in and around Lower Marsh, Waterloo, London.
A start-up enterprise supported by The Design Council and funded by the Technology Strategy Board through their Independence Matters Programme to find innovations that enable older adults to live more independent lives.
Community Kite Project: Free kite-making and flying workshops
We run kite-making and flying workshops for everyone and anyone. After a fantastic residency at Space FiftyFour in March 2012, we are now ‘on tour’, running workshops and flying days at various locations across the UK, Norway (courtesy of the Norwegian Government!) and Costa Rica.
Mirrored Dinner: An innovative stakeholder dinner with a 300 mile long table
As part of a programme with FCWL designed to develop and improve producer - buyer - consumer communications, we hosted two simultaneous dinners, one in a smoked salmon factory in London and the other in a boatyard in Cornwall.
From Cornwall with Love looks for radical and inventive ways to promote the values of Cornwall through its products and produce. By establishing a link between the future brand and aspirations of the county, the aim of From Cornwall with Love is to stimulate growth in the dynamic businesses that will underpin Cornwall’s future economy.
A social and agrarian experiment to see how much food can be grown in a shop in East London. It is a chance for the local community to engage first hand with the growing process, and with those who grow it.