Community

We like to show our support for local enterprises that share our passion for wellness and commitment to sustainability. These are just a few of the businesses in our neighbourhood. Pop in and say hello if you’re passing by.

The Goldfinger Factory

The Goldfinger Factory

Taking an innovative approach to design, The Goldfinger Factory creates award-winning sustainable furniture, interiors and commercial fit-outs. This social enterprise shares its passion for traditional craftsmanship and reclaimed materials with the local community, running a Teaching Academy for less advantaged young people.

Kalinko

Kalinko

The founders of Kalinko fell in love with Burma – and the beautiful pieces designed by local people – during a visit in 2016. They connect the artisans to people in the UK, cutting out the middlemen so purchase costs go straight to the maker. From handmade silk cushion covers to beautiful cutlery made from mother of pearl, there’s something for everyone in Kalinko’s intensive interiors offering.

Globechain

Globechain

Connecting businesses and charities with individuals so they’re able to limit waste. With a user-friendly online reuse platform, Globechain’s sustainability-focussed marketplace enables the redistribution of goods to social causes, rather than landfill.

REN

REN

An approach to clean beauty extends beyond REN’s mineral-derived, bio-active skincare range to a zero tolerance policy on waste. REN uses 100% recyclable packaging and reclaimed ocean plastic, working towards the goal of zero waste by 2021.

Casper

Casper

The pioneers when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, Casper uses the latest research and technology to craft cloud-like mattresses and pillows that will help you drift off into a restorative slumber. Casper’s products provide unparalleled comfort and support, as well as temperature regulation.

Belu

Belu

At Inhabit, you’ll find Belu filtered water taps on each floor of the hotel, where you can refill your bottle. Belu is a UK-based water company, who produce carbon-neutral and ethically-sourced bottled water. 100% of the company’s profit goes direct to WaterAid.

Self Care Co

Self Care Co

Plant-based candles blended with a mix of essential oils, each one individually crafted for Inhabit. From every purchase that is made, 10 per cent of profits go to ‘Don’t Just Stare’, a charity raising awareness around mental health.

Aerende

Aerende

An award-winning online shop that sells ethical homewares and gifts, all of which are handmade in the UK by people facing social challenges. In the rooms at Inhabit, you’ll find beautiful cushion covers sewn by Studio 306.

Studio ND

Studio ND

Designers and makers based in South London. Inhabit’s rooms feature a hand made lock box for your phone to encourage you to switch off for the night.

Women’s Returners

Women’s Returners

A programme launched in January 2018 by women empowerment focussed social enterprise Women in Travel (cic). It identifies, selects and trains marginalised women currently unengaged with the economy and provides them with the opportunities to return to work in positions within the Hospitality, Travel and Tourism sector. So far the programme has helped refugees, formerly homeless and sexually trafficked women to regain their dignity and financial stability through employment.

 

Airlabs

Airlabs

A forward-thinking lab has tested and is creating a clean air zone in our public areas at Inhabit by combining atmospheric chemistry and airflow engineering that effectively removes 95% of Nitrogen Dioxide along with all other pollutants. It is Airlabs mission to reduce people’s exposure to air pollution by creating clean air zones in cities.

Doughlicious

Doughlicious

A health conscious company making matcha cookies, freshly baked at Inhabit as a welcome treat for all guests. Doughlicious is mindful of minimising food waste and bake the exact number of cookies to guests.

Culture A

Culture A

They curated a holistic art programme for the guest rooms and public areas to engage guests in a multidisciplinary art experience that celebrates Inhabit’s mission, London sensibility, and Scandinavian style. The partnership of Culture A and Inhabit highlights our joint commitment to promoting local and international culture. The programme features a mix of emerging and established artists working in a variety of mediums, including textile, metal, painting, and photography.