With its origins in the audio-visual industry, Torpedo Factory Group is re-engineering its business as a Smart Building Infrastructure company. By helping create valuable data about the ways people interact with commercial buildings, it will help its clients make those buildings more sustainable and more enjoyable for everyone to use. Their bold vision starts with upgrading their own headquarters as part of the drive to net zero, and continues with the development of novel proprietary technology. This will use their in-house audio expertise to deliver data to improve the effectiveness of meetings. Finally the advancements will be rolled out to existing and new clients, with their North Acton HQ used as a demonstration and research facility.
Housed in an industrial 50’s warehouse formerly occupied by Rolls Royce and acquired in a semi derelict state, its transformation was approached by Henry Krokatsis as a large evolving sculptural work. It has been constructed using found and redundant materials, balancing functionality and subversion.
They are building  a strong a widening base audience for their events and have hosted several events including Painting and Markmaking workshops, Rooftob Supper Clubs, Park Royal Design District District Launch Party for the London Design Festival to name a few. They have also partnered with Ealing Gin, another Ealing Pioneers grant winner for their supper clubs.