These Pop-Up Spaces Could Be The Art Studio Of The Future

These Pop-Up Spaces Could Be The Art Studio Of The Future

Two London-based architects highlight the city's rising rent costs with tiny pop-up studios

Marielle Castillo
  • 15 july 2016

The steady rise of educational fees and rental prices have turned London’s creative industry into one that can only be joined by people who are able to afford an education and pay the rent without a fixed income. During the 2016 London Festival of Architecture, architects Tomaso Boano and Jonas Prišmontas created Minima Moralia, a series of small pop-up spaces on Dalston Roof Park, to raise awareness of how London’s unaffordable rents and education are crippling the creative industry.

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