Thinking of London city that has everything you could possibly want to see and do, the Trinity Buoy Wharf is a little gem to be found by the confluence of the Thames and Bow Creek and London's unique lighthouse.
Sprung up in the 18th century to serve as maintenance depot and storage for buoyancy aids, as well as docking light-ships navigating on Thames, the site is now home to the docklands' most exciting arts quarter.
Recycled shipping containers were used to build up the 'Container City Complex' - a modern, low cost office and housing space project on site, that is now an architectural attraction. Housing the University of East London's one Fine Arts studio and two dance studios, the wharf is a thriving centre for anything artistic and creative, from gallery spaces, boat club to school and rehearsal rooms.
The place is also an excellent events' venue overlooking the Thames and offering spectacular views of Docklands skyline, with easy river access to central and Southern London and just a short walk to Canning Town Underground Station and East India DLR.
Never missing an ongoing event, Trinity Buoy Wharf gathers a unique community of people centred around anything cultural, artistic or sustainable living.