The Urban Workbench team show you how to make a street library box to hang on your front wall so neighbours can swap books & games – perfect for lockdown 2020 or summer holidays
Whilst in lockdown the Urban Workbench team are making things at home and sharing them with you here
Today – Steve is making a series of hanging shelves with empty food tins as the pots for seedlings and plants cultivated from todays dinner
Over the last few weeks, Urban Workbench hosted a Basic Joinery & DIY learning programme for young people in collaboration with Merseyside Youth Association and Back on Track. This involved 7 participants of the Talent Match programme attending 6 sessions, over 3 weeks. Participants were introduced to basic joinery using hand and power tools and
Young DIY-ers make a positive local impact on Urban Workbench Learning Programme in collaboration with Back On Track.
Steve Threlfall our Design Director, has just returned from an exciting residency at Medialab Prado in Madrid. His proposal was selected from proposals by 50 idea makers selected in turn by the European Culture Foundation from more than 500 proposals from 50 countries. For the project ‘Contrachapado con Alma’ (Plywood
The day after We Make Places’ symposium The Maverick City we tested the Urban Workbench Community Build model. This was a way our symposium would give something back to one of the communities we work with in Liverpool and we chose West Everton Community Council – our very close neighbours.