Martello Street, Studio 12

share of 400 ft² — £265pcm

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Martello Street, E8, Studio 12.
Studio Share, available 1st February 2024.
Space available in share of a 400 sq ft ground floor Studio with spacious high ceiling,
together with an filmmaker/artist and an illustrator/graphic designer.
It would suit someone desk based (no toxic materials or dusty work, please) Ie: an artist, filmmaker, digital artist, editor, animator, writer photographer, illustrator, designer, paper-based, computer-based etc.
A table is available if you need one.
Studio conveniently located next to London Fields Park and London Fields Overground (which is 10 mins to Liverpool Street station).
5 min from Broadway Market. Lots of good food, famous E5 Bakery, coffee and the famous London Fields lido/heated outdoor swimming pool 3 min away.
Shared kitchen area (microwave, toaster) in studio and room for bikes inside. The studio is on the ground floor with easy access for loading and unloading.
There is 24-hour access.
£265 per month –  (Inclusive of water, rates and fast internet) does not include electricity.
Looks very different in situ, so come and take a look. Email Adam at
About Martello Street

45 studios leased since 1971.

Martello Street has been leased to SPACE since 1971. With approximately 50 studios and many more artists, this well established site overlooks London Fields park and is alongside London Fields overground station. Several buses run on nearby Mare Street and the Hackney Central overground station line is 5 minutes walk away.

The ground floor studios have step-free access.

Martello Street Studios at 10 Martello Street was one of the 2 buildings to replace St Katharine Docks. Artists working in experimental filmmaking and performance were attracted to the building. Early tenants included Bruce Lacey whose young family live in the caretaker cottage, Cosey Fanni Tutti and Genesis P-Orridge who arrived from Hull in 1974, and Robin Klassnik, one of the former St Katharine Docks artists, whose studio in 1979 became the first Matts Gallery. See the essay ‘Industrial Ritual Performance SPACE’ by William Fowler in Artists in the City: SPACE in ’68 and beyond.

Location map
Studio 8g, 300sqft — £330
Studio 12, share of 400 sqft — £265
Unit 5 — Nine Elms, 1750sqft — £3325
Studio 25, 627sqft — £523 Studio 31, 390sqft — £380 Studio 31, 390sqft — £380
Ground floor, Studio 4b, Desk spacesqft — £160 Studio 114, 223 sqft — £250
Arch 39, 1317sqft — £2445