For more than a decade, Eat Work Art has been revitalising disused buildings in London and transforming them into workspaces for independent creative communities to grow.
Now, the EWA team are looking outside the capital for the first time and have chosen Plymouth as the newest location in their portfolio of reinvented spaces.
Alma Yard is currently semi-launched with an initial 21 studios due to be completed in September, followed by ambitious plans to grow to up to 80 studios over the next 2-3 years.
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This former rope and candlewick factory in Cattedown will become home to a community of creatives drawn to Plymouth’s flourishing arts scene and relaxed pace of life.
Located on an iconic coastal rise, the site’s period features – such as an original car lift – are illuminated by streams of natural light and lofty spaces.
These unique facets enrich the studios and workspaces, becoming the backdrop to this new and inspiring location.
Just a short walk from the city centre, Alma Yard promises to be a thriving hub of creativity.