A year-long gathering of creative pioneers:
The Trampery Republic is a year-long project running from January 2017 until January 2018. The Luxurious new innovation facility in East London features 9,000 square foot of shared workspace, members’ lounge and event space. A wrap-around roof terrace offering spectacular views of Canary Wharf, the River Thames and City of London, is the backdrop for our community of startups, designers, artists, producers and other creatives.
Alongside these creative pioneers, The Trampery Republic is home to our latest initiative from the Barbican and The Trampery to support innovators in digital arts.
About The Trampery:
The Trampery is a social enterprise specialising in strategy, design and management for innovation facilities. It was founded in 2009 by sociologist and entrepreneur Charles Armstrong with the opening of Tech City’s first startup workspace. The Trampery has developed seven buildings in London and launched a string of sector-focused incubators spanning software, fashion, digital arts, retail and travel. The focus, facilities, locale and aesthetic of each of our locations is tuned to the particularities of the local creative community, the building\\\’s architectural character, and the sector it caters.
In 2015 The Trampery was appointed by the Norwegian government to undertake its first urban planning project, creating the blueprint for a new innovation district in the city of Oslo. Partners include the Peabody Trust, London and Partners, Publicis Worldwide and the Barbican. The Trampery’s Patron is His Royal Highness The Duke of York KG.