Makerspace member creates signage for library co-working pop-up

Tom Newsom

Using the Trotec Speedy 300 laser cutter South London Makerspace member Tim Ahrensbach cut some eye-catching signage for the Enterprise Desk, a pop-up co-working space nestled in the Heritage Section of the Redbridge Library. The green acrylic signage hung from beautifully crafted CNC-cut plywood stands, which were made using the open source design platform Open Desk.

Enterprise Desk - photography by Nick Kent

Enterprise Desk – photography by Nick Kent

 

Enterprise Desk - photography by Nick Kent

Enterprise Desk – photography by Nick Kent

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