Bigtree Tableware was founded in 2014 by the founders of The Wholeleaf Company, a pioneering ethical business that makes sustainable disposable tableware from naturally shed waste palm leaves since 2007. Bigtree Tableware is a new online shop dedicated to bringing you the finest and best designed sustainable disposable tableware. We offer a large range of disposables made from recycled materials, bamboo, palm and sustainable wood.
Disciple Skincare is a London-based natural skincare company for stressed-out skin, created by Psychotherapist Charlotte Ferguson. Disciple products are unique in that they work not only on the surface of the skin but the adaptogen rich formulas help the body and mind deal with internal stress too. Up to seventy per cent of skincare is absorbed into the body, making Disciple oils the perfect delivery system for therapeutic grade, stress-busting plant extracts.
Internet sensation, Food Busker’s street kitchen has relocated to the Old Laundry Yard. The Food Busker is our very first ever open YouTube studio! Plus, it’s open for the public to drop down, visit and get involved.
Studio Hache is a new Community Art Studio in the Old Laundry Yard, located in the heart of Shepherds Bush Market.
They will be running FREE Art and Design workshops on Mondays and Fridays throughout the Summer Holidays at 11am-12pm (unless specified) for children of local residents aged 7-16 years old.
Studio Hache also host Visiting Artist Workshops twice a month so watch out for those extra dates with extra cool Artists + Designers.
All workshops are free (donations welcome) but booking is essential via email: firstname.lastname@example.org as spaces are limited.
Open Cell offer affordable studios and biolabs for early-stage startups and designers. They also provide a critical mass of infrastructure and a community of like-minded individuals to help you prototype faster.
Current residents of Open Cell include;
Chip[s] Board- Conceiving, developing, producing and marketing environmentally friendly material from industrial byproducts that have a positive impact on our planet’s ecosystem.
Olombria- Provide horticultural growers with information on pollinators and environmental conditions and uses chemical volatiles to manage pollinating fly species, thereby increasing crop productivity, and ensuring sustainable food harvests for the future.
Cell-Free Technology- Develops practical tools for industry, researchers and individuals who wish to test and trial biological circuits.
BIOHM- Allows nature to lead innovation in the construction industry to create truly sustainable circular buildings that are conducive to our health & wellbeing.
Alice Potts- An accessories and fashion designer, specialising in material research.