William Street creative hub
Following the success of the City’s creative spaces program on Oxford Street, 101-111 and 113-115 William Street, Darlinghurst have been transformed into a mix of commercial and subsided spaces for cultural and creative enterprises.
The ground floor showroom space of both properties has been transformed into galleries, and an exhibition and learning space by Object: Australian Design Centre, a leading national centre for craft and design.
Levels 1 and 2 are home to commercial tenant Hub Sydney, a co-working space.
Level 3 is occupied by Wis(c)h (William Street Creative Hub), a managed co-share workspace made up of several small to medium sized creative enterprises and artists working in fields including the visual arts, architecture, graphic design, fashion design, app design and building/construction.
William Street and surrounds is also where you will find the City’s first creative residential tenants and other City-supported organisations such as Firstdraft, Alaska Studios and Underbelly Arts offices.
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- Aileen Sage Architects
- Mano Architects
- Ben Giles Architects
- Meissner Management
- Urban Possible
- Romance Was Born
- Artist in residence - a dedicated space (fully subsidised by the creative tenants listed above) hosts a rotating artist in residence workshop space.
Last updated: Friday, 10 July 2015