Bridget Riley Studios, Hackney Wick
E3

37 Studios leased since 2000.

A four storey building opposite Britannia Works. Studios on 1st—3rd floors are well lit with wooden floors, perfectly suited to fine art practice. Ground floor studios are wheelchair accessible with accessible toilet facilities. There are also several disabled parking bays designated for this building in the street outside. There is background heating on the ground floor between October and April.

Close to Victoria Park and Old Ford Lock. Transport links: 10-15 minutes walk from Hackney Wick station; Buses 30, 8, S2 via Roman Road, Bethnal Green, Homerton. Nearest Tube: Bow Road.

The ground floor studios have step-free access.

History
Bridget Riley Studios and SPACE Place was opened by Bridget Riley with Chris Smith, Minister of Culture, Michael Craig-Martin and Gavin Turk. SPACE Place and a gallery on the ground floor of Britannia Works provided an artists’ resource from 2000 – 2005 and a base for Public Art, Training and Media Arts programmes. Launchpad training programme ran from Nov 2000 – March 2001, funded by the London Development Agency. It provided expert training and support to artists and arts professionals. The Media Arts programme provided technical skills in digital video production, web animation, photoshop etc. After moving to the Triangle in 2005, the Media Lab continued running courses until 2012.

Location map
, 309sqft — £514