‘Life in the Arthaus’ was exhibited at the Arthaus building in June as part of the 2016 London Festival of Architecture.
Formerly home to Emeli Sandé, the Arthaus building’s musical heritage lives on through boutique training facility Garnish Music Production.
Courses cover a range of skills, from songwriting and mixing to electronic music production and sound design – all taught by a team of experienced instructors from their office and studio space on the second floor.
From its office on the first floor of the Arthaus building, advertising technology company Silence Media creates and delivers leading advertising campaigns and technological solutions for some of the world’s major brands.
Team members Ollie Henderson, Warrick Brown and Anna Vigorito challenge each other to a game of darts during the wind-down to Christmas. Warwick won.
Occupying a studio on the first floor of the Arthaus Building, Rachel Chudley and her team design unique interiors for creative people – with a little help from pug Deedee. Drawing inspiration from pop-art, modernist design and the Abstract Expressionists, and driven by the positive effects of art on our quality of life, Rachel’s work mirrors the passions, quirks and humour of her clients.