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Goldfinger Factory

13-15 Golborne Road, W10  |  +44 203 302 0900

www.goldfingerfactory.com

An upcycling production and learning hub for London’s most deprived residents, that sells desirable and sustainable home furnishings and fit-outs for London’s trendsetting residents and businesses. Goldfinger Factory is located underneath Trellick Tower on 13-15 Golborne Road, a London architectural icon designed by Ernö Goldfinger, in a two-storey unit that houses a sustainable workshop, a retail space and a training school. They are also home to London's first alcohol-free gastrobar, Redemption. Goldfinger Factory is a charitable enterprise without the charity shop feel, mixing quality reclaimed pieces lovingly refurbished with design classics and custom-made pieces to make golden spaces at their stores and in your home, business or pop-up events. These spaces are curated by designers, artists and craftsmen, and are all restored by trainees from socially disadvantaged groups, providing skills, support and ultimately jobs, whilst creating value in London’s rapidly growing re-use sector, and at the same time saving materials from ending up in landfill. Goldfinger Factory provides workshops for the local community in furniture up-cycling [restoration, upholstery etc], DIY and interior design as well as accredited training and work skills experience, ultimately creating new job opportunities.

An upcycling production and learning hub for London’s most deprived residents, that sells desirable and sustainable home furnishings and fit-outs for London’s trendsetting residents and businesses. Goldfinger Factory is located underneath Trellick Tower on 13-15 Golborne Road, a London architectural icon designed by Ernö Goldfinger, in a two-storey unit that houses a sustainable workshop, a retail space and a training school. They are also home to London's first alcohol-free gastrobar, Redemption. Goldfinger Factory is a charitable enterprise without the charity shop feel, mixing quality reclaimed pieces lovingly refurbished with design classics and custom-made pieces to make golden spaces at their stores and in your home, business or pop-up events. These spaces are curated by designers, artists and craftsmen, and are all restored by trainees from socially disadvantaged groups, providing skills, support and ultimately jobs, whilst creating value in London’s rapidly growing re-use sector, and at the same time saving materials from ending up in landfill. Goldfinger Factory provides workshops for the local community in furniture up-cycling [restoration, upholstery etc], DIY and interior design as well as accredited training and work skills experience, ultimately creating new job opportunities.