Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London, SE1 9PH
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Oxo Tower Wharf is an award-winning, landmark building situated on the Riverside Walkway on London’s South Bank. Since the building was refurbished in 1996, Oxo Tower Wharf has gained a reputation as a key centre for contemporary designers and applied artists.
Oxo Tower Wharf is home to some of the UK’s most innovative and internationally renowned contemporary designers working in a wide range of disciplines from fashion, textiles and jewellery to glass, ceramics and interior design.
Designers based at Oxo Tower Wharf include product designers Black+Blum, J-ME and home accessory designer Bodo Sperlein. In addition to the designer-maker units, Oxo is also home to the rooftop OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie and exhibition venues gallery@oxo and Bargehouse.
Located minutes from London Eye, Tate Modern, National Theatre and other major tourist destinations, Oxo Tower Wharf is situated on a busy pedestrian thoroughfare attracting domestic and overseas visitors. Local businesses include ITV, IBM and the new developments Sea Containers House and South Bank Tower with new restaurants, cafes, office and residential spaces.
Creative Workspace Studios on London’s South Bank
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Amongst others, Joseph Joseph (2008-2012), helped to establish the Oxo Tower Wharf as a leading London home for innovative design businesses. Some of the current creative businesses on site include, Innermost, J-Me, and Bodo Sperlein.
‘The Oxo Tower has two floors of creative studio space and is home to many different creative companies. These include fashion, graphic, jewellery, ceramics, lighting and product designers. It’s like being part of a big creative family, where everyone knows each other and is able to draw on the different expertise of each company.’ Dan Black
Visually stunning, the art deco style Oxo Tower building is a London landmark. With the Thames River to the front and the Bargehouse exhibition space boarding the courtyard at the rear, the building encapsulates both London’s nautical history and ability to regenerate through its creative communities.
As a workspace, the social spaces, natural green areas and energy of the Riverside walkway make it the perfect space to base and grow a leading design business. As a shop front, the busy thoroughfare along the Riverside Walkway is used by thousands of domestic and overseas visitors every day.