Mayor turns artist at launch of The Set


From The Bristol Post 9.5.13

MORE than 80 guests attended the launch of The Set, a new office complex aimed at forging links between Bristol's creators and innovators.

Bristol mayor George Ferguson officially opened the space by tagging a new  graffiti wall in The Set at the event at Bath Road Studios.

Guests were given a tour of the building and witnessed the graffiti wall  evolve as Bristol graffiti artist SPZero created a mural which will go on to  feature members of The Set as they join the club.

Drinks and canapes were served from the onsite Friska cafe.

The Set is a high-tech, design-led office area. Run by the London-based  property company Cube Real Estate, The Set will operate as a membership club where  like-minded businesses can network and share skills and ideas.

Its collaborative base removes the isolation of working from home, while  offering contemporary facilities designed by Bristol firm Utopia. The idea is  that users can bounce ideas off one another and grow their businesses in an  inspiring space which is close to a hotbed of exciting companies and recording  studios.

There will be daily, monthly and annual memberships on offer and members can  benefit from superfast,  fibre-optic broadband, a contemporary workspace,  meeting rooms, breakout zones, printers and a series of monthly events.

The Set aims to meet the current demand from creative small and medium-sized enterprises in Bristol and those from further afield who are looking to move to  the city.

 George Ferguson Launch Of The Set 1

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At Bath Road Studios in Bristol, Cube has created The Set - a hi-tech, design-led workspace club, in which you can develop ideas, progress projects and engage with other creative minds.

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