Host of Leyton is a recently refurbished Victorian corner shop that has been, over the years, a furriers, a piano shop and a car spares depot. It’s part of a rather handsome parade of shops which was built in the 1890s, probably at the same time as the railway. Before that, we think there were market gardens on this plot.
It’s now been lovingly restored to function as a large room for hire to people wishing to use it for work, retail and play. We like to think of it as a ‘beautiful room on the high street’ that can act as a backdrop for great things to take place. We’re slowly increasing our program of public events and it’s available for hire to use for workshops, office away-days and photoshoot space.
Clients & Collaborators
Andy de Vries, Art House Meath, Barbican, Bread Collective, Carmel King, Crux London, Domino Records, East Bakes, East London Brewery, Edie Rose, Edwin Burdis, Emily McGregor, Emily Scott, Errol Reuben Fernandes, Essex County Council Service Design Team, Financial Times, Flow State Yoga, Forest and Found, Grace Dent, Henri london, Hypnobirthing midwife, Items of Note, Jason Orton, Jenna Murray, Kettle & Ryan, London Borough of Waltham Forest, Louise Jackson Yoga, ModernPotter, Nick Hayes, Organic Lea, PasserOtto, Perky Blenders, Petal and Pot, Philip White, Pressed and folded, Rafal Paluch, Retold Vintage, Studio Bates Philips, The Bread Companion, Transition Leytonstone, Workbench London, Yardarm