Evening Standard - ES Magazine



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.

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