“We are new, we are vibrant and we are working together to make Bristol a better place to live and work by sharing ideas and helping to motivate each other to be the best we can be.”
CEO Paper Arts & Redbrick House
Redbrick House is centrally located in Stokes Croft, Bristol, and together with its great range of relaxed and flexible contemporary workspaces it is perfect for freelancers, entrepreneurs, small teams, and start-ups. The building consists of three floors of coworking space, both for solitary and interactive working, open plan art studios and fixed desk floors for enterprises.
As a not-for-profit, Redbrick House was born out of a need to create a new home for Paper Arts, a social enterprise that supports creatives and young entrepreneurs to develop their business ideas. All profits made through selling workspace at Redbrick House goes towards supporting the next generation of creatives to develop their business ideas. Together with Paper Arts, Redbrick House promotes unique collaboration and professional development through the use of socially responsible coworking spaces.
What makes us different from other workspaces is that we actively promote peer to peer learning.
We believe that together we have all the answers, sharing opens up opportunities for us all to grow.
There are loads of other benefits to being part of our collaborative community:
Creative Marketing Advice
20th September 2017 from 5:30pm
Try co-working for free
20th September 2017 10am-5pm
‘The Philosophy of Massive Small’
Talk with Andrew Campbell
28th September 2017TICKETS
A beautiful workspace with the opportunity to interact with other creative and motivated individuals.
Three meeting rooms of varying sizes, equipped and ready for any kind of meeting you require.
Our small friendly team are here to help! We're based at Redbrick House and ready to answer your questions. We all take it in turns to act as host to make sure that we really get to know our members, help make connections between people and be an active part of the community ourselves.