Meet our resident studios

Studio 501

Studio 501 is a cyclorama photographic studio, available to hire for your next photoshoot. With a space at almost 200sqm, the studio is ready to use with lighting and equipment.

Read more at: https://www.thestudio501.com/

Urban Green

Urban Green Sydney is Sydney’s first indoor commercial farm. They provide locally grown, sustainable and guilt-free produce to a number of restaurants around Sydney. Founded by Noah, they are committed to growing, packaging and delivering produce, with as little environmental impact as possible.

Find out more at: http://www.urbangreensydney.com/

Freya and Caroline

Two artist with different and equally awesome styles.

Caroline “hopes to expose an inward and outward trajectory of multiple forms through intersecting planes that reveal subtle differences in the illusion of depth.”

Find out more at:

https://www.carolinecollom.com

Freya is a botanical painter “inspired by the beauty in nature that can be found every day”.

Find out more at:

http://www.freyapowellstudio.com

 

Tommie Magazine

Tommie magazine is ‘the destination for creative Women with a conscience’.

A platform that offers a multi-disciplinary approach to thoughtful and intentional style, conversations & storytelling and sustainable, slow living.

Tommie is not only a fashion magazine, but a destination for mindful media where they investigate socially conscious issues that are thought provoking and of substance.

They address topics like inclusivity in media and society, second-hand style and conscious living.

They will also host ‘real life’ events, workshops and talks to develop meaningful relationships and a wider community network.

Their platform is for everyone, so please be sure to stop by! 

Read more at:

https://www.tommiemagazine.com

Zen & Cement

Willy Kloven, originally from the wild west coast of Norway, started the small business Zen & Cement to create simple usable items. 

Almost all of the design forms are created using recycled objects. He takes a lot of his inspiration from the simplicity of Japanese/Scandinavian design which is reflected in much of his work. 

Willy’s background is photography, but has spent most part of last thirty years working as an artisan, building and restoring stain glass.

Are you a small business looking for a home? Maybe we can help! Shoot us an email at hello@sticknstone.com.au




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