Evening Standard - ES Magazine
TOTTENHAM HOTS UP
Studio spaces in the city have never been pricier, which is why so many of the capital’s rising stars are looking beyond Zone 1. Case in point: Tottenham. As home to collectives such as Snooze Fabric (best know for its street-art aesthetic) and young artists including Eloisa Henderson-Figueroa (think of her as the Lakwena of N15), it’s also where the Sarabande Foundation — founded by the late Lee Alexander McQueen — has unveiled its new network of affordable studios and workspaces (left). Tucked within a pair of Grade II-listed townhouses, each can be let at around £1 per square foot to artists and designers; it aims to help young creatives ‘to extend and explore their practice’. Time to go north and prosper.