The studio, designed by Tony Fretton Architects in 2002, is a double height, basement space. It is ideal for painting, having large, uninterrupted expanses of wall that allow for several pieces to be worked on at once. Its generous proportions and spare design make it an effective work and display space.
It has been regularly used for Tim Wright's life drawing and painting classes and proved particularly useful as a base for Timothy Spall's studies for the film 'Mr Turner'. It is big enough to accommodate a group of up to a dozen.
Located in central London it is easily accessible and uniquely situated in one of London's most interesting neighbourhoods.