The space is located in a private yard right in the middle of East London's world famous Brick Lane. The surrounding area, known as 'East End' is the vibrant centre of London's creative scene. Attracting everyone from fashion, advertising to hipster and tourist alike, it is buzzing with interesting things. Art Galleries, Vintage Clothing shops, antique furniture markets, and vinyl music shops give this area a quirky and unique vibe.
SUPER BRICK was set up as a creative hub with the desire of combining a quirky and characterful studio with a meeting space for brands, photo shoots and pop events which demand a memorable location.
It's been used for photo shoots, drink tastings and custom motorcycle events. Brands including Hendrick's Gin, Son of a Stag and Experimental Cocktail Club have used it for photoshoot or meetings.
The space is flexible (the tools can be stored away) and it's set up for a wide range of occasions such as meetings, presentations, small events, product tasting sessions, press days, product launches, photo and film shoots.
It's equipped with all amenities necessary including 24 hour security guard, on site parking, phone land line, wifi, wall projector, coffee & tea, sink, fridge, meeting table (10-12 people), desk space, work benches, sound system, bar, tasting glasses and even a classic 7″ vinyl jukebox.
Pictures in description - Photoshoot at Super Brick for Riddle Magazine photography Andy Barnham Stylist Nicolas Payne-Baader Model Ned Anti-Agency Shirt