Twenty-seven-year-olds Josh Field and Ollie Tobin, and Roland Fischer-Vousden, 28, are school friends with a passion for the arts.
In 2014, just before completing their undergraduate degrees in London, they realised that they would struggle to realise their dreams of becoming working creatives, because there was nowhere for them to work.
The creation of large-scale art pieces and music often requires space, industrial tools and the freedom to make a lot of noise.
None of these things are possible at urban residential properties, and studio space is very expensive.
Original article by Mary-Ann Russon – Source BBC News