Our Studios

The working heart of the warehouse

Creative businesses are an essential part of the Stackwood community. Our studio spaces are filled with artists and makers that we love, creating with their hands, hearts, minds and communities on the daily.

Studios are generally open by appointment only, so please make sure you call ahead.

* This is an incomplete list of current studio holders – check back soon for updates!

Common Good Studio

Common Good Studio is a co-working space for creatives by award-winning photographer Nirrimi Firebrace. It’s been a dream come true for Nirrimi to create a cosy space to create from, and make room for other artists to chase their dreams too.

Nirrimi is the creator behind The Daily Map, a six week roadmap to reaching your dreams. She's available for portrait or business shoots and loves giving workshops around creativity. Nirrimi often hosts open studio days for creative work alongside her.

Open by appointment only.

Deep Earth Ceramics

Sally Smith discovered clay when she was just 5 years old. Since that day she has travelled many creative paths (including a highly successful career as an abstract painter) and all have brought her back to her first love; clay as a vehicle for expression.

From her Stackwood studio, Sally creates unique pieces with emotional authenticity, preferring essential beauty over conventional perfection. Most importantly her work is made with love and designed for use each and every day.

Her work is all hand thrown, and she’ll occasionally use hand building techniques to add a little bit of magic. Sally shares her knowledge through private classes from her studio and workshops as part of the Stackwood program.

Jotterbook Flowers

Jotterbook Flowers is Perth’s original Crepe Paper Flower studio, where all are welcome to find rest, relax and get creative. Founded by Singaporean-Australian artist Carrissa Wu, you’ll find creative flower-making workshops, which offer unique gifts and creative experiences to delight your loved ones or bring joy to your space. The flower designs change according to each unique season so there’s always something new to discover.

“I fell in love with flower-making because of how beautiful it feels to create everlasting blooms one petal and leaf at a time. Getting a stunning paper flower you get to keep is a bonus — the real joy is sitting down, letting your mind rest while your hands work, and even bonding with loved ones through this calming craft.”
— Carrissa

Louise Coghill

Louise Coghill is an award-winning photographer, writer and all round lover of stories. Whether she's photographing one, writing one or telling one up on stage, storytelling is her jam. Her career has taken her all over from New Zealand, up to Northern Canada and even over to Mongolia. However, since buying a house in Hamilton Hill she's put some deep roots down (literally, she's super into gardening now) and loves nothing more than photographing weddings, portraits and small creative businesses. 

You'll find her writing stories next to Jessica Wyld in their shared studio, or more often than not, leaning in the doorway of her fellow Stackwooders discussing crafts and the community. 

Feel free to join in next time.

Neighbourhood Press

Neighbourhood Press was founded in 2016 by design and printmaking duo Nora and Scott Alexander-Mironov. They work from their studio at Stackwood to create products that are known for their bright colours and playful illustrations.  

They started their Risograph journey while living in London with the hope of one day starting a studio of their own. Fast forward nine years and here they are, sharing their illustrations and love of print by making greeting cards and stationery, with the help of best friend and studio hound, Magpie.

“Paper and ink, it’s just what makes us tick. In a world that is increasingly intangible, we are drawn to create printed matter that can be held in the hands of makers, thinkers and creators.”
— Neighbourhood Press

Want to be a part of the Stackwood family?

All vacancies for studios are currently filled, but you can register your interest by email for any future vacancies. Please note approximate rates for studios cannot be given out ahead of time as all our spaces are unique and have their own features & benefits.