Our resident community


Light Works Studios [website] [email]

Lightworks Studios are filmmakers who create thoughtful and innovative videos through respectful engagement with diverse communities.

Office 1 [college]


And Also Presents [website] [email]

And Also Presents develops and supports creative and social equity projects led by female, gender non-conforming and non-binary makers and doers.

Office 2 [college]


Little Projector Company  [website] [email]

Little Projector Company are mobile projection specialists who create projection story telling with a community focus.

Office 3 [college]


(((ex ponto))) [website] [email]

(((ex ponto))) is a creative studio exploring the insoluble intimacy between music, light and the moving image. Directed by multi-disciplinary artist Ivan Masic, we produce work in a diverse range of creative fields, including commercial video content, experimental installation, music videos, live projection and photography.

Office 3 [college]


Office 4 [college]

Lemony S Puppet Theatre  [website] [email]

Lemony S Puppet Theatre is a small, award-winning independent theatre company with a big reputation. With puppetry at the core of their work, they make work for both adult audience and children alike.


Office 4 [college]

Mary Ellen Jordan [email]

Mary Ellen Jordan is a writer and editor, currently working on a creative writing PhD exploring feminism and motherhood. 


Shogun Lodge Services [website] [email]

 Marcus Cook provides tech solutions for artists and their events.

Office 5 [college]


U3A Moreland [website] [email]

U3A are a self-funded, voluntary organisation formed to provide learning opportunities to members aged 50 plus who are retired or not working full-time.

Office 6 [college]


Office 7 [college]

Massage Site [website]

Thai Yoga Massage with Pongjit ‘Jon’ Saphakhun combines rhythmic motion, deep stretching, acupressure, energy line work and assisted yoga postures in a holistic and therapeutic art form.


Pollen Studio [website] [email]

Pollen is an award winning Landscape Architecture studio with a mission to empower communities to connect with and love their environment.

Studio 1 [college]


wlly [website] [email]

wlly is an independent clothing designer and maker that creates high-end custom pieces for women. 

Studio 2 [college]


Studio 3 [college]

Justin Lehmann Studio [website] [email]

Justin Lehmann Studio teaches authentic Meisner Repetition and is passionate about the development of the actor as a truthful instrument.


AMCD [website] [email]

Andrew Clapham Design focuses on art direction, web design, branding, identity development, exhibition, print and strategical design.

Studio 4 [college]


These Are The Projects We Do Together [website] [email]

Committed to developing experimental ideas in the fields of art, architecture and education through the design, programming and ongoing operation. We are architects, designers and makers; we are caretakers and maintenance workers; we are curators, programmers and educators.

Studio 5 [college]


Studio 5 [college]

Infinite Shapes [website] [email]

Infinite Shapes provides content-focused marketing strategy and execution for brands and organisations.


Dale Holden [website] [email]

Steel Design and Fabrication

Workroom 4 [college]


Welcoming Australia [website] [email]

With offices in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide, Welcoming Australia is committed to creating a more welcoming and inclusive Australia.

Room 2 [house]


Moreland Civic Lab [email]

The Moreland Civic Lab was developed in 2016 as an innovation emerging from the activation of Siteworks in Brunswick. It was launched in July 2017 and involves a diverse, multidisciplinary team of professionals working on issues of public importance in a progressive and experimental manner. 

Established in 2016 by Millie Cattlin and Joseph Norster, managers and co-creative directors or Siteworks, The Lab is intended to be a method for collaborating with council and providing benefit to the community in alternative ways, whilst utilising space within the house at 33 Saxon Street through an exchange model.

Rooms 3–7  [house]