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Fabrications presents enter the Imaginerium

A couple of weeks ago at London Design Festival I managed to pop in to Fabrications on Broadway Market to check out their brand new sustainable craft and education space, the Imaginerium.

As much as I love my beloved Bristol, I have to confess it’s places like this that make me feel a wee bit jealous of all of you lot in the capital and the amazing cultural and creative spaces and places you have such easy access to! Designed by Delvendahl Martin Architects, the basement space has been filled with quirky upcycled furniture and fittings created by Fabrication’s owner, Barley Massey.

Check out the curtain made from old men’s ties and the cross stitched chairs – I wonder if I could get them in CrossStitcher?

As well as the big, spacious workspace there’s also a fitted kitchen for plenty of tea and biscuit breaks – I love the bright and cheery tiles, upcycled by designer Dominic Crinson.

The space is all set to become an exchange of creative skills and ideas – get in touch with fabrications for info on classes, workshops and how to get involved.

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