We use our studios (and other one-off venues) as galleries, screening rooms, performance and installation spaces and much more. We regularly host authors, photographers, art, music and documentary makers, and others with creative work or thoughts, who want an audience or event to help develop their thinking.
We love sharing ideas with our creative collaborators and visitors, working alongside their work inspires us to be more imaginative in the use of our workspace. There are no set rules around content so please get in touch here if you have work or ideas for gmra spaces.
gmra, 3rd floor, noland house, 12-13 poland street, london w1f 8qb
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runs GMRA, designing and conducting research studies that combine ethnographic, foresight and cultural research with an emphasis on creativity and applicability. He has run a variety of research teams in design, innovation and market research agencies.
is studying for a PhD in visual anthropology at Goldsmiths College in London, having taken a BA (Hons) in biochemistry in her native US and an MA in textile design at Chelsea College of Art and Design. Her interests in sustainability inform her work at GMRA along with her experience managing research at GfK NOP
is a project management and risk assessment specialist with interests in delivery management, change implementation strategy and creative facilitation. Ben’s meticulous planning keeps GMRA project work rolling and his experienced eye helps keep us focused on our clients’ priorities.
Dr. Antonia Ward
has edited New Design and FX and written for Blueprint and the FT among many other titles. At the Design Council she led web content development and managed international research projects. At GMRA Antonia brings her academic rigour to analysis and her editorial flair to our findings