Well apparently we are now one of the ‘hidden treasures’ of Melbourne’s design scene! We would much prefer to be ‘overground’ and that is where this little film clip produced by the City of Melbourne is trying get us. Thank you so much to everyone involved in producing this great little promo. The team set about historical buildings around the city, to blow the doors open and see what lies within. In this particular episode they pay a visit to the 1870’s Younghusbands building, an old wool store in Kensington which currently houses some fantastic small creative businesses. Previously the home of the Australian Ballet, Crumpler bags and the TV show the Block, the building has also bee the back drop for many TV shows such as Underbelly and the INXS story.
The iconic building now houses businesses such as Ink & Spindle, Repop and Tane Furniture. We are proud to be part of the fabric and history of this building, although one day we will out grow the space we are enjoying the journey in this amazingly creative and inspiring space. Everyone who visits the studio/workshop are amazed by the warm feeling contained within the walls. This little video is designed to give you a sneak peak as to where we work, create and collaborate.
Now just grab a cup of tea and sit back for two and a half minutes and enjoy the delights of the Young Husbands Building, a creative hub in inner city Melbourne.
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