Monday, 1 August 2011

Design Collective

We have recently learned of yet another great resource for our design community, and this time it is not limited to interior designers alone.

 

The lovely and talented ladies at Inoui Design Collective, Amber Kingsnorth and Kyla Bidgood, are now taking their studio to the next level. They are renting studio space to small firms that are currently working from home or cannot afford the overhead of a full studio.

 

It's an affordable way to have a professional, and well-designed space to work and meet with clients. Inoui is hoping to lease the space to an array of creative professionals - graphic designers, architectural designers, interior designers, web designers and the like - to create an environment that encourages one another's creativity and allows tenants to add a social aspect to their work day.

 

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INOUI – Design Collective

 

The studio is bright and fresh while maintaining a completely functional workspace, and the location is terrific; right on 2002 Fernwood Rd, Victoria, BC, with plenty of exposure. Amber and Kyla are also open to the tenants adding signage to the existing space, as well as an addition to the Inoui website where tenants will be listed as part of the "our collective" page (coming soon).

 

I can't wait to see where this new venture takes them - congratulations ladies!

 

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INOUI – Design Collective

 

I invite you to discover Design Collective at their website at:

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Ivan Meade is a local designer and principal of Meade Design Group, a multidisciplinary interior and graphic design studio in the heart of downtown Victoria – www.meadedesigngroup.com



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3 comments:

Amber Kingsnorth said...

Thanks for the post Ivan! You're the best!! ... now let's get this space hopin' with creative minds :)

Echo said...

What a wonderful opportunity!!! I'm sure the sapce wont' be available for long...

Kimme Rae said...

great idea! love the space...I can definitely see myself working there...