Re-Made in Park Royal is a new material exchange hub, connecting artists and makers with waste and surplus materials from local industries.
Many local creatives are already developing innovative solutions using the waste materials they find in the streets and skips of Park Royal – from turning abandoned tyres into furniture, discarded coffee cups into 3D print sculptures, old Levis into new fashion collections and leather offcuts into sandals.
Encouraged by this energy, Remade have created a physical space where materials can be accessed safely and in response to the local needs and wants.
Working closely with local businesses, Remade collect new materials weekly and store them in the hub, offering a simple way for artists to access the materials they need.
41-43 Standard Road,
Remade is part of the Park Royal Design District – PRDD which is a not for profit company delivering projects and activities that benefit the creative community of Park Royal.