A stone’s throw from the heart of Liverpool city centre, the Baltic Triangle was once a degenerate area, lacking inspiration. The last few years however, have seen something of a renaissance, transforming it into an incredibly exciting hub for creativity, attracting musicians, photographers, artists and entrepreneurs alike. Perhaps the most inspiring of all of the businesses within the Baltic Triangle, is Elevator Studios. The Grade II listed warehouse which stored cargo such as cotton, coffee and spices during Liverpool’s triumphant period of naval trade, has now become a work space for many innovative creatives in the city, including ourselves. Other residents include: Lola Loves boutique, Ultrabeat, Hub Artists, Arena Studios & Gallery and 90 Squared.
Elevator studios is also famous for its recording facilities, located at Cheapside, having recorded clientele such as; The Wombats, The Kooks, The Zutons, The Coral, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Maccabees, Miles Kane, John Power, and Arctic Monkeys’ frontman Alex Turner, but to name a few. The calibre of its inhabitants, makes Elevator Studios a great place to work together with other artists and network with like-minded individuals.
This sense of collaboration within the Elevator Studios community is strengthened by The Baltic Social, a café and bar on the ground floor of the building. The café is the ideal location to grab a working lunch or to go for a drink accompanied by live music from a local band. There are frequent opportunities for creatives to display and promote their work to the public, as well as discount on food and drink for residents. It’s this friendly working environment which makes Elevator Studios such a dynamic influence on arts and culture within the city and what makes working there such a great opportunity for businesses.