Paul Smyth

Paul Smyth

FounderLondon, United Kingdom
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Paul Smyth

Paul Smyth

FounderLondon, United Kingdom
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  • Peckham Palms
    Peckham PalmsPeckham Palms is home to new Afro hair & beauty salon in South East London. Due to the development of Peckham Rye Station, the business' were forced to move from Blenheim Grove, outside the station, to a new location. Something & Son were commissioned by Southwark Council to design and build a new, purpose built space to facilitate the needs of the business' and transition the move. Whilst working with Something & Son, I was responsible for working with the women from the salons to allow them
  • THE STORY
    THE STORYHOW MAKERVERSITY CAME ABOUT Makerversity started as a disused and derelict 3000 square meter space in the lower floors of Somerset House, an iconic 300 year old cultural centre and former palace on the banks of the river Thames. By early 2014 after 9 months of hard work and industrial quantities of paint, we had transformed the space into a vibrant creative home for over 60 businesses. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to a lot of people (not least our mums and dads) who helped us early on when we were big ideas, big mouths and with a big task on our hands.
  • Makerversity: Factory on Thames
    Makerversity: Factory on Thames
  • Makerversity Learning
    Makerversity Learning
  • Events
    EventsAN INSPIRING AND CREATIVE EVENT SPACE UNUSUAL AND CHARMING SPACES FOR EVENTS RIGHT ON THE THAMES We have a fun, vibrant event space with some of the latest making technologies and materials on display. It’s a great place to dream up new ideas, think differently and spark new collaborations. If you’re looking for somewhere unique to host a workshop, talk, away day or exhibition, then get in touch. EARSON LAB LEARNING, HACKING AND EVENTS SPACE Our main event space is the Pearson Lab. This is a
  • A Common Ground - Tate Britain
    A Common Ground - Tate BritainWhilst working with Something & Son, I was responsible for up keeping of the exhibition 'A Common Ground'. Located on the front lawns on the Tate Britain, the exhibition revolved around food, inviting the public to submit their stories, recipes, histories and memories via a submissions box within the exhibition. Later, these were collected, curated and designed into a short book by myself. On top of this, I designed and distributed flyers advertising our weekly events and maintained other parts
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