Things Made Public

Who are Things Made Public?

Founded in 2012, Things Made Public are a multidisciplinary cultural agency, specialising in cultural place-making and creative enterprise based in London and South East England. Things Made Public use arts and culture to regenerate communities, diversify the High Street offer and stimulate economic development.

Things Made Public are a vibrant and energetic organisation that will refurbish the Janice Mews warehouse located near the Kenneth More Theatre and Redbridge Town Hall. The Janice Mews building will be transformed into a creative and comfortable working space for local business start-ups. There will also be co-working space for local businesses at affordable rates. They will bring creativity, business support, training and events involving the community to Ilford. 

You can view the planning application for the refurbishment though our online planning service

From Things Made Public:

Whether we are converting a disused, run down nightclub into a fully functioning business hub, installing bold, large-scale murals throughout a town or transforming vacant units into cultural festivals, we continuously deliver creative, dynamic work that strives to better not only the town in which we work, but also the lives of the people living in it.

Our approach is simple; be bold, be unique and always push the boundaries. Three unassuming statements that when used simultaneously lead to distinctive ideas and pioneering outcomes.

Awards include: ‘Finalist, Cause Related Marketing’ at the Purple Apple Awards 2019, ‘Winner, Best After Work Venue’ at the Havering Nightlife Awards 2018, ‘Special Recognition Award’ at the Great High Street Awards 2016, ‘Winner, Innovation Award’ at the Havering Business Awards 2016 and ‘Business Person of the Year’ at the Havering Business Awards 2015.

Find out more on the  Things Made Public website

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