Thursday February 20, 2020

Co-working space from Tissue design duo

‘We work alongside like-minded creatives’

12th November, 2017
Hannah Mullan and Grainne Finn, founders of Tissue

In another example of Ireland’s co-working trend, the duo behind the Tissue fashion label have established a collective design studio.

Hannah Mullan and Grainne Finn joined forces with fellow independent Irish designers to found Arran Studios on Dublin’s Arran Quay, where shared leaseholders “work individually with creative support from one another”.

Mullan, a former pattern cutter for John Rocha and Sharon Wauchob and Finn, an illustrator, combine part-time positions...

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