We love working in London here at Coolector HQ and we’re always impressed with the amount of creative, inspiring companies popping up all the time and it is clear that innovation demands nurturing and encouragement and that’s exactly what this excellent London installation called Minima Moralia comes into play.
Minima Moralia is an installation that has been placed on a Dalston rooftop and aims to offer a creative space to work and relax for those who otherwise might not have access to such an innovative environment. The Minima Moralia aims to negate the trend for creative industries only being for those with a privileged status and opens it up to people from walks of life.
It provides cellular pop-up areas to be used by designers, sculptors, painters, musicians and other creatives in a superbly designed piece of architecture. Take a look at a few more shots below:
It’s not always easy to find a space in which to be creative and innovative, particularly if you don’t have access to these sorts of environments through work so this excellent Mimima Moralia project in London certainly gets two thumbs up from us here at Coolector HQ for its endeavours to make a creative space for all.
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