The Artistry House appoints Rose Peploe to lead interior design

The Artistry House has launched an interior design division and appointed interior and spatial designer Rose Peploe to lead the project.

The creative centre is a base for collaborators and a hub for creativity, permanent tenants include creative agency Wash Studio, whose directors Andy Walmsley and Lynsey Thompson are behind the ongoing project.

It is home to a collective of creative companies in an inspiring environment featuring an eclectic mix of artworks by internationally renowned artists from the Ribble Valley to South America.

The first project completed by the new division prior to its formal launch was The Artistry House’s own building on Preston’s Winckley Square. It will now seek to develop similar properties.

Rose graduated with a first class (Hons) degree in Interior Design from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) in 2015. Since graduating she has worked in a variety of roles including lead interior and spatial designer at Meat & Drink, a small group of unique and independent bars and restaurants in the North West, where she worked on projects including Plau Gin & Beer House on Friargate, Preston.

She said: “There is no place like The Artistry House. It’s a truly unique working environment and the very building itself evokes the creative and collaborative ethos of the organisations it houses. In launching this new division, we are looking to apply that way of thinking to work and retail spaces aiming to promote their brand and company values through the very buildings from which they operate.”