Paloma Faith -The Crazy Ones Music video at The Factory Location


One of the main objectives of this production was to have a location which had options for shooting different scenes and the factory location was perfect for a production like this.

 

As this location is over four floors, a rooftop and car park.

 

With all floors having different features the client found the factory space perfect and with singer Polama faith this music Video was for Miss You Already Soundtrack.

 

 

 

 

 

The Factory Location Scene:
 

 

 

NAME: THE FACTORY

 

Location: London, SE1

 

4 unique spaces, with wooden floors, brickwork, an array of unusual furniture and a NYC warehouse feel

 

The Main Room :
1150 square feet, ex-industrial space, with a wooden feature-wall which lights up for evening events or shoots.

 

The Pink Room:
Bright space with kitsch wallpaper, white brickwork and a hot pink wall.

 

The Green Room:
Space featuring a palm tree wallpaper and a light green wall.

 

The Ivory Room:
Vintage design and elegant light grey walls, with teal and gold wallpaper


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