Concrete Silver, London
The Silver Building is a cultural centre, event & photo shoot location located in a brutalist edifice originally built in 1964 for The Carlsberg Tetley Brewing Company in Silvertown. The ground floor Bar and Gallery on the mezzanine floor lend themselves perfectly for exhibitions, workshops, performances and private events for up to 300 people and the boiler rooms offer a raw backdrop for photoshoots and art installations.
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