Belgravia Studio and Gallery
Studio and gallery Space in London’s Belgravia.
The full studio includes The Library, the central entrance area where the community can socialise, a kitchenette and facilities. The studio offers the versatility to host a spectrum of events from workshops and talks, being dressed for seated dinners, drinks receptions; and even used as dry hire for photo-shoots and filming.
Four great display windows create an attractive, sunlit environment for the makers, showcasing works of either temporary exhibits or those created by Gregory Tingay, the studio’s Artistic Director and resident potter – or providing views into the teaching Space.
As night falls, the windows transform into a glowing showcase of creative activity with potters visible within. The screens reference a Japanese aesthetic, providing partial visibility through to the workshop behind. The generous windows are designed to intrigue passers-by, encouraging them to engage in the pottery-making process – this was one of the Studio’s key design concepts.