Mews properties have always attracted creative types, so we were interested to see that choreographer and theatre director Caroline Salem is currently offering mentoring and creative residencies in a mews setting.

Over the summer, at her East London mews studio S P A C E @Clarence Mews Caroline has been working with performing artists who want support to develop new and exciting work.

Artist Lucy Cash has described the venue at Clarence Mews as “…one of London’s hidden gems – a beautiful space to work – so thoughtfully designed in terms of light, texture and space. Working at Clarence Mews has been a very rich experience for my practice as an artist: the programmes enable dance and performance makers to take a breath, plunge in and create something extraordinary – or certainly something that they might not risk elsewhere!”

It seems that artists love the sense of intimacy that comes from living and working in mews environment and, as estate agents specialising in mews properties, we can understand that feeling. If you are looking for a mews home where you can get creative, call us at Lurot Brand today.