Breathing new life
The Remakery is a co-operative workshop and hot desk space in South London
developing opportunities around the reuse of surplus materials
enjoy making ?
Are you interested in being part of a collaborative workspace, where individuals come together to solve problems around waste and creativity. Where we find solutions to question our throw away culture, and develop new ways of working.
With room to make and work, we look forward to welcoming you to our shared space.
Find out about events and courses. Book a bench or space - run an event for your work, for a gathering or conference.
Sign up to become a remaker - to use the space for the purposes of work or a hobby. Register interest in resident status, renting a studio.
Find out about the work & services of remakers. Explore projects that are going on here and how to set one up yourself.
Over 1000m2 of space available to the community, zones set up with amenities for myriad reuse projects and events. There is fast internet access, and a digital forum to connect with others.
Project & Assembly
For developing reuse projects and taking existing projects to fruition. This is a all purpose space that is dust free.
Textiles & Upholstery
A studio for working on projects using rescued fabric or repairing clothes or furniture to give them a new lease of life.
Bench space for using hand tools for the purpose of construction projects using reclaimed wood and fallen green timber.
Desks and offices within our reception area available for rent by social and green enterprises on a day or weekly basis.
Workshop space to utilise a variety of power tools for the purposes of larger scale repurposed material design projects.
A café for making use of surplus food, for events and activities promoting a culture of sustainable, healthy food.
One of the most exciting things to have taken place here in recent years has involved people coming together with a common goal. This work will now become a core part of our what’s on offer.
The Remakery’s visitors, members, resident makers and staff have a common desire to use their skills to generate environmental impact. The organisation provides a platform for ecological and reuse projects developed by and for the community. It is through these collaborations that we have found a sense of togetherness in a place we can share with and learn from each other.
We are very interested to hear from people who wish to take a lead on projects in our space. In order to do this we will look for certain commitments that share skills, knowledge or opportunities with The Remakery community.