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Part of the Fab Lab network, a global collection of small-scale workshops containing the tools for personal digital fabrication.

Makerspace

A not-for-profit community led project, set up to celebrate and support the development of local creative talent. Offering workshop making facilities, a social space and performance venue with a fully licensed Café/Kitchen/Bar all under one roof.

Makerspace

75 Harrington Street is a partnership project between the Cape Craft Design Institute (www.ccdi.org) and The Bank (www.thedesignbank.co.za). The vision is to create a curated community of design and creative professionals who are then part of a broader vision to develop and grow the creative industries in the East City. The physical space spread across four floors of the old CCDI building is a multidisciplinary co-working environment with high speed internet and a range of support systems that ideally suit companies that provide services to the design and creative industry. At the same time it is also an incubation space where ideas and business models can be tested and developed in a relaxed and interactive working space. The building also has a ground floor ideally suited to exhibitions, seminars and workshops with the unique feature being its close proximity to Harrington Street and the people walking past. Heath Nash has taken the Maker Library that was set up at Guild Design Fair in 2014 and given it a new home at 75 Harrington, with the help of founder Steven Harris. Heath is Maker Librarian at 75 Harrington runs a programme of events and workshops focusing on the reuse of waste materials in craft and design.

Makerspace


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