The working heart of the warehouse

Makers and creative businesses are an essential part of the Stackwood community, no more so than our studios.  Each of our spaces is 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 (make sure you call ahead!)

Clean Slate Skincare

Clean Slate is on a mission to redefine skincare, formulating their own range of natural skincare, body products and soy wax candles.

When you purchase a Clean Slate product, you’re not just buying something that looks, feels and smells amazing. You’re buying over 14 years of rigorous testing and refining – recipes that have been scientifically formulated to be suitable for even the most sensitive skin.

They also just love making the stuff. All of their creations are made using the most traditional methods possible. This means scaled down, small batch production with a focus on using sustainable and ethically sourced ingredients.

Read our feature on Clean Slate here or shop them on our online store. 

Open by appointment only, contact here.

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 creatives to work alongside her.

We wrote about Nirrimi's day-to-day practices and you can read the article here

Open by appointment only, contact here.

Kate Jarman

Kate Jarman lives in Perth with her two children. The granddaughter of a nurseryman and daughter of a veterinarian and horse trainer, she grew up surrounded by plants and animals and spent her childhood riding horses, making cubbies in the bush and swimming in the Serpentine River. 

Her work is an homage to the ‘Jungalow’, a synonym for treehouse derived from words ‘jungle’ and ‘bungalow’. She is interested in how we instinctually choose to surround ourselves with indoor plants, botanical and nature inspired textiles and artworks.

We talked to Kate about her work and connection to nature, and you can read our article here.

Open by appointment only, contact here.

Neighbourhood Press

Neighbourhood Press is run by print enthusiasts Scott Alexander and Nora Mironov.

Specialising in Risograph, Scott and Nora use this niche form of printing to collaborate and experiment with small businesses and local creatives on print based projects.

In this digital age people think of printing as a way of replicating precisely what they see on their computer screen; Riso printing is more reminiscent of a time before digital printers. Scott & Nora want to encourage people to think more creatively about printmaking as a process and foster an excitement for exploring alternative print.

Read our feature on Neighbourhood Press here

Open by appointment, contact here.


Winterwares was born from a desire to embrace a slower pace of life after Simone Nabholz experienced complete burnout at her 9 to 5 desk job.

Working with clay taught Simone to savour the everyday moments that bring joy and ignited a passion to create beautiful pieces that help others gather, share and nourish. 

Simone's handmade ceramic homewares invite you to savour the everyday moments that bring you joy – a cup of tea in solitude or gathering around the table to share comfort food with friends.

We talked slow living with Simone, read our feature here.

Open by appointment, contact here.

Want to be part of the family?

All vacancies for studios are currently filled. Register your interest at for future openings. 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. 


Images by Rae Fallon except 2 by Maker's Portrait, 3 by Frankie Spaces