@fabrikkoslo is a fabric-workshop in Oslo, run by fashion designer @marinordenforever . At Fabrikk you can attend screenprint workshops, sew and produce patterned textiles, clothes and costumes.
Mari got her start in textile printing at our pilot location in Urtegata. In October 2016 she took the step up and established Fabrikk, a workshop of her own! Mari says that without Fellesverkstedet, she would not have been able to establish Fabrikk. Through her startup phase, Fellesverkstedet gave Mari advice, helped her develope strategies, business models and also helped her build custom tools and printing equipment. For a small startup like hers - to get advice and help free of charge – made the difference between making or breaking it.
Today she is not only making a living for herself, but has been able to hire one person. She works for clients like Snøhetta, Christopher Nielsen, Oslo arkitektur triennale and Klovner i Kamp, to mention a few, and her list of clients and requests is rapidly growing.
Mari also gives classes, rents out equipment to sew and screenprint, and she passes on the goodwill from Fellesverkstedet by advising, sharing knowledge and helping other creatives starting up their businesses.
Fabrikk contributes to making Oslo a sustainable city, keeping textile production local by producing custom designs on demand.
We encourage and support initiatives like Fabrikk! If there is something that can`t yet be done, a sollution that don`t exist - just do it your self - and even better: share it with others!
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